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Wound Badge and Drivers Badge Corporal Infantry Africa Corps


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Heinz Becker, Corporal Infantry.
1) Wound Badge in Black, 12.8.42.
2) Drivers Proficiency Badge in Bronze, 7.9.43. Typewritten field issue.
He served with III./Infanterie-Regiment 347 of the 197.Infanterie-Division, July 40-Febr.41 based in Holland after which the unit returned to Germany. 7.5.41 this Btl. was transferred to the German Africa Corps under command of the Div.Kdo.z.b.V.Afrika from which 26.11.41 the 90.lei.Afrika-Division was formed, operating in Tunisia and Lybia, where he was 15.2.42 injured.
Sept.43 he served with the Staff of I./Gren.(F)Ausb.Rgt.719 of the 391.(Feldausb.)Division, a so-called “field-training” Infantry unit, training recruits under operational conditions in the field. The unit was active in central Russia.
Any documents to Africa Corps personnel are much in demand and scarce !.

Weight 0.01 kg


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