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Wehrpass to I.R 199 "list"

Article about: Hi, I recently acquired this wehrpass as part of a deal on a few bits , this is the first one I have owned and I wonder if I can ask you some questions in relation to the general layout and

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    Hi, I recently acquired this wehrpass as part of a deal on a few bits , this is the first one I have owned and I wonder if I can ask you some questions in relation to the general layout and information within it , from the little I understand he signed up in Munich in 1939 , i think it then shows active service with I.R 199 list from 39-41 and then Click image for larger version. 

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ID:	934617it seems he was K.I.A in 41 geffallen , I can't make out any of the handwriting or his name , any extra information given will be greatly appreciated.

    Many thanks
    John

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    Sorry I don't understand why some of the pictures uploaded the wrong way up.

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    No medals awarded from what I can see , I think it shows service in the RAD and also training on the k98 , po8 Luger , and MG34

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    His regiment was part of the 57 Inf. Div. I'm struggling to make out his name. As you say geffallen Aug 9th '41. Stewy

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    He was part of Army Group South when he was KIA. Stewy

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    Thanks stewy for the extra information , as you say it's very difficult to make out the handwriting , am I right in thinking the pages 32-33 are his active service

    Cheers John

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    Yes John, they are. Stewy

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    He was active in Belgium, Luxembourg, Normandy & Russia (possibly Poland too, but I'm struggling to decipher). Andreas may be about soon, he'll put you straight. Stewy

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