2 soldiers in Vejle Denmark
I cannot read the German text very well.
Photo showing 2 Soldiers in Vejle in Denmark 1941. I can see that the one on the left is from the Luftwaffe (airforce, he has wings on his collars, and the one on the right is from Heer (army). Can anyone tell more about the uniforms ?
02-09-2013 04:39 PM
Re: 2 soldiers in Vejle Denmark
Not much to be said about the uniforms.
Both men are basic-level privates wearing their respective service's standard pattern wartime service uniforms and field caps. The airman is wearing a Fliegerbluse [airman's blouse], the army soldier a Feldbluse [field blouse].
The Luftwaffe man was with the signals branch as his rank is given as Funker [radioman], while the Heer soldier's rank is given as the generic Soldat.
As to what they were doing at Vejle: They were at the same room [Stube 14] at the military hospital [Lazarett].