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Article about: Hi folks, a medics group. Franz Fischer served with San Komp (mot.). Part of Inf. Reg 314 & 456. Awarded the KVK2 w/s & Ost medal. Saw a lot of action looking at the battle entries.

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    Hi folks, a medics group. Franz Fischer served with San Komp (mot.). Part of Inf. Reg 314 & 456. Awarded the KVK2 w/s & Ost medal. Saw a lot of action looking at the battle entries. Not frontline, but nice none the less. Stewy
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    From what I'm able to decipher, the man was killed on 11 June 44 and buried near Orscha/Witebsk...I'm unable to decipher the cause of death, hopefully someone else can help with the doctor's entry on page 34...
    It also mentions that he should mainly be be utilized as "Beschlagsschmied"- Horseshoe-Blacksmith...His secondary task is "MG Schuetze"- Machine-Gunner...
    cheers, Glenn
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    Thanks Glenn, makes sense about the blacksmith. As you can see from page 12, he spent a good 6 months with Vet Komp. 256. Regards, Stewy

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    very nice docs.to have.

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    Quote by bigmacglenn1966 View Post
    From what I decipher, the man was killed on 11 June 44 and buried near Orscha/Witebsk...I'm unable to decipher the cause of death, hopefully someone else can help with the doctor's entry on page 34...
    It was death by drowning ["Ertrinken"].

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    It was death by drowning ["Ertrinken"].
    Thank you "HP", I must say it seems odd. I think it may need some research. Kind regards, Stewy

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    It was death by drowning ["Ertrinken"].
    Thank You, Andreas!! I was hoping you'd help out with that!
    Nice -and Interesting- Wehrpass, thanks for showing, Stewy!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Quote by Stewy S View Post
    Thank you "HP", I must say it seems odd. I think it may need some research. Kind regards, Stewy
    It also says he is buried in a military cemetery by a lake, by the way.

    I have trouble reading the name of the lake, though; it looks like "Strschnosee" ["Lake Strzhno"] or something very similiar.

    The cemetery is located east of the Orscha - Witebsk road ["östl. Strasse Orscha - Witebsk"].

    Coincidentally, my grandfather nearly drowned in White Russia almost exactly one month later; see:
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/german...tml#post934670
    (post # 67 on page 7)

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    Andreas, I've tried googling both names you kindly suggested with no results. I'll keep searching. Stewy

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    Andreas, could it be lake Strusta? Stewy

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