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Soldiers German to Russian Translation Booklet

Article about: Hi Chaps, just picked up a German/Russian translation booklet (see pics). I was hoping someone could figure out the writing of the owner in the front. The Feldpost number looks like 42,305 o

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    Hi Chaps, just picked up a German/Russian translation booklet (see pics). I was hoping someone could figure out the writing of the owner in the front. The Feldpost number looks like 42,305 or the 2 maybe a 9 I'm not sure. Hopefully somebody can help, Cheers, Richard.
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    It says:

    "An den OT-Führer
    Werner Hesse Feldpostnr.
    42305
    Staffel 17
    "

    "OT-Führer" being, of course, an officer in the Organisation Todt. For some data on that FP number, please see:
    Stempel Datenbank

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    Thanks HPL2008. That was very quick. I'll check out the FP number, Thanks again, Cheers, Richard.

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