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More New Deceased Soldier Pixs

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    More additions to the collection.Click image for larger version. 

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    Any help translating the top photo would be much appriciated.

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    Not sure about full translation......but there are multiple locations written. Vesna, near Lviv...Seversky near Kiev etc etc. nice photos

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    Quote by tjcass86 View Post
    Any help translating the top photo would be much appriciated.
    It says:


    "Wilfried Hiecke,
    Lieutenant in a motorized rifle regiment
    29 Jan. 20 - 30 Sept. 41
    killed in action by a gunshot wound to the chest
    while leading the way for his platoon,
    45 kilometers east of
    Nowgorod - Ssewersky by the Desna
    (Ukraine)

    Buried near Romanikow -
    [...]

    The last picture: Day of the Wehrmacht
    1941
    ."



    "Nowgorod - Ssewersky" is an alternate transliteration for the more commonly used Nowhorod-Siwerskyj (in Ukrainian Новгород-Сіверський ), a Ukrainian city located by the river Desna (Десна)

    Sorry; I can't find Romanikow, and am not sure about the second part of that geographical designation.

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    Nice Andreas, I was hoping you would translate this. I was certainly wrong! haha It looked like Seversky, a completely different location in Ukraine.
    Also, I must say again that this is a nice photo.....as usually these "gefallen" photos dont devulge as much info about the death.

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