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"Feldherrnhalle" Soldbuch?

Article about: Can not figure out this one. Was this guy in Panzergrenadier-Division Feldherrnhalle fighting in Debrecen? And i can not read one of the awards he received, can someone help with this? Thank

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    Can not figure out this one. Was this guy in Panzergrenadier-Division Feldherrnhalle fighting in Debrecen?

    And i can not read one of the awards he received, can someone help with this?

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    Thanks for helping!

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    I can see that he received a Panzer Badge in Bronze on November 11,1942 and a Black Wound badge 2 months later on January 25,1943. A Silver Wound badge on July 5,1944 and a Gold Wound badge on April 28,1945. Looks like the guy got pretty well knocked around-right up to the very end of the war.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Yes, but what is inside orange marking?

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    Unfortunately, my old eyes too cannot make out what it is-it's pretty illegible. If I had to take an educated guess, I would say that it may relate to his recuperation from his wounds, but perhaps a sharper eyed young collector can decipher it better than I can!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    I'm on my phone so can't see the image properly but I think I can make out 'eis. portion' which if the case is a note mentioning an iron ration rather than an award.
    Can we see page 4 and the Lazarett pages please? From page 17 it looks like he was with FHH's recuperation/training & replacement unit in Germany.

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    The writing refers to rations received during the time-period, from what I'm able to deciper...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Looks like the poor slob finally recuperated in the hospital Just enough to be released, only to be shot up even Worse a few days before the war ended. Not exactly a Lucky guy-he apparently had more guts and patriotism than he had good fortune. A fascinating story all by himself. I wonder what ever happened to him.
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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