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Wound Badge Gold grouping Corporal Infantry 6 awards


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Willy Fischer, Corporal Infantry / Armoured Infantry.
1) Krim Shield, 30.1.43. Poor condition.
2) Wound Badge in Black, 12.4.43.
3) Wound Badge in Silver, 20.4.43. Awarded for 3 injuries.
4) Iron Cross 2nd Class, 9.5.43. Signed by the CO of the 9.Infanterie-Division, Lt.Gen. Siegmund Freiherr von Schleinitz (Kn.Cr.: 14.8.43).
5) Wound Badge in Gold, 3.9.43. Awarded for 5 injuries.
6) Tank Battle Badge in Bronze, 14.8.44.
He served 1942-43 with Grenadier-Regiment 116 of the 9.Infanterie-Division, then active in Russia (a.o. Crimea ( Krim ), Kuban, Melitopol, Nikopol, Uman, Kischinew). 1944 he served with Panzer-Grenadier-Rgt.8 of the 8.Panzer-Division, then operating in the east (a.o. Lemberg, Slowakia, Budapest, Moravia). Between Sep.42 and May 43 he was injured no less than 5 times !.
He was most likely also entitled to the Kuban Shield.

Weight 0.01 kg


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