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Wehrstammbuch SS-Oberschütze SS-Panzergrenadier-Division Hitler Jugend

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(D21522)

Friedrich Klapputh, SS-Oberschütze Waffen-SS guarding unit, truck repair shop, SS-Panzer-Regiment

  1. Waffen-SS Wehrstammbuch, 1939. Cover loose. Last entries Jul.43.
  2. Statement of non-Jewish descent, 23.1.39. Signed by Friedrich.
  3. Fehlkarte
  4. Letter from an SS-Untersturmführer of Ergänzungsamt der Waffen-SS Berlin, 22.11.41. Stating Friedrich serves with SS-Bau-Bataillon Debica at that moment.
  5. Statement by the police that he has no criminal record, 14.2.39.
  6. Pass photo. Marked with his name at the back.

Born 1907 living in Berlin. He volunteered the Waffen-SS in 1941 and served Jun.41 with SS-Bau-Bataillon(mot) based in Debica (Waffen-SS troop training grounds) Poland; Sep.41-Jan.43 as guard with Waffen-SS guarding units in Debica; Jan.-Apr.43 in the truck repair shop of SS-Kraftfahr-Ersatz-Abteilung in Berlin-Lichterfelde; Apr.-May 43 as truck engineer with SS-Werkstattkompanie z.b.V. in Oranienburg; May-Jul.43 with Kraftfahrtechnische Lehranstallt der SS in Vienna Austria; from Jul.43 onwards with the 1943 formed SS-Panzer-Regiment of (12.)SS-Panzergrenadier-Division ”Hitler Jugend”, I.SS-Panzer-Korps, based in Mailly-le-Camp (Waffen-SS troop training grounds) in Middle France near Paris (1944 based as reserve in Hasselt Belgium, Jun.44 active against the allied invasion in Caen and Fallaise pocket).

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(D21522)

Friedrich Klapputh, SS-Oberschütze Waffen-SS guarding unit, truck repair shop, SS-Panzer-Regiment

  1. Waffen-SS Wehrstammbuch, 1939. Cover loose. Last entries Jul.43.
  2. Statement of non-Jewish descent, 23.1.39. Signed by Friedrich.
  3. Fehlkarte
  4. Letter from an SS-Untersturmführer of Ergänzungsamt der Waffen-SS Berlin, 22.11.41. Stating Friedrich serves with SS-Bau-Bataillon Debica at that moment.
  5. Statement by the police that he has no criminal record, 14.2.39.
  6. Pass photo. Marked with his name at the back.

Born 1907 living in Berlin. He volunteered the Waffen-SS in 1941 and served Jun.41 with SS-Bau-Bataillon(mot) based in Debica (Waffen-SS troop training grounds) Poland; Sep.41-Jan.43 as guard with Waffen-SS guarding units in Debica; Jan.-Apr.43 in the truck repair shop of SS-Kraftfahr-Ersatz-Abteilung in Berlin-Lichterfelde; Apr.-May 43 as truck engineer with SS-Werkstattkompanie z.b.V. in Oranienburg; May-Jul.43 with Kraftfahrtechnische Lehranstallt der SS in Vienna Austria; from Jul.43 onwards with the 1943 formed SS-Panzer-Regiment of (12.)SS-Panzergrenadier-Division ”Hitler Jugend”, I.SS-Panzer-Korps, based in Mailly-le-Camp (Waffen-SS troop training grounds) in Middle France near Paris (1944 based as reserve in Hasselt Belgium, Jun.44 active against the allied invasion in Caen and Fallaise pocket).

Weight 0.11 kg

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