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1/Bau 131

Article about: Hello guys, I just want to show you my latest addition... I found in my town, at the place I already left few years ago. Showing it in dug conditions. Jan

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    1/Bau 131

    Hello guys, I just want to show you my latest addition... I found in my town, at the place I already left few years ago. Showing it in dug conditions.

    Jan

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    1/Bau 131

    This is the shape after brass brush cleaning.... 1. Kompanie Bau Bataillon 131, here is the story of unit:
    Lexikon der Wehrmacht

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    1/Bau 131

    And here is the whole family of ID tags from the same place - other two from Bau 131 and 2 +1/2 of Freiw. A.V.A 519
    Enjoy

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    These fellows probably knew each other and worked together building things.

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    1/Bau 1311/Bau 131

    Hello friends,

    here is ID tag I found last Saturday.... To my surprise 15km from above shown examples 1/Bau Btl.131 this is 4. Kp. of the same Bataillon! I wonder what was the meaning of "/U" but Lexikon mentions it was in 1942 redesignated to "Bau Bataillon (Ukraine) 131"... So and now I do not know why it is marked "FRW" if it already consist of native Ukrainians? Any idea?

    Thanks,
    Jan

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    FRW (freiwilliger) is Foreign volunteer of his free will. the way the disk is crudely inscribed FRW/U i would guess he was Ukrainian.

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