L 76

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L 76 last won the day on November 9 2016

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  • Birthday 02/10/1966

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    All documents related to Lw and Heer units who fought in Britany, Normandy and northern France between 1943 and 44.
  1. Oh yes, very nice. The Abschuss list is very rare and interesting ! I have more than a dozen but none with such details.
  2. Nice document indeed ! Interesting to see that he was in France with transit by Paris in april 44, where he got french francs for pay. I don't know why ?
  3. Woh ! Very nice. Such twin documents are incredible ! You were lucky to reunite them.
  4. Interesting doc. He was sent to FJR 6 when that one was removed from Normandie front, before the end of august. 16./FJR 6 was a new Aufklärungs Kp., raised during sommer 44.
  5. Here is a little one, related to a 271.ID Sani during the hard fights south-western of Caen, in second part of july or early august 44. Doc signed by Gen. Lt. Danhauser.
  6. Nice serie. First time I see a KvK 2 Kl. award doc of Maximilian Verlag : I love it.
  7. Oh, my god ! Impossible to find a nicer one
  8. Nice thread with great photos. Pollux, yours with mosquée in background is spectacular : near a "photo souvenir" in fact ! And I love the cossack one... Here is one I like very much, even if it damaged : related to an artillery Lt who fought in Festung Brest between august and mid september 44. Second photo was not on the Sb. And unfortuntaly sold separatly, so now in an unknow collection and country.
  9. Very rare ! Congrats. Your comment is true, but if doc itself is beautiful, its better, isn't it !
  10. Nice additions ! Here is one related to a 276.ID's member, who fought near Caen between end of june and august 44. This NCO won EK 2, ISA, Verw. Abz. i. S. and Nahkpfsp. in Russia. Awarded just after Normandie battle and signed par Gen. Möhring, who replaced . K. Badinski, taken prisoner in Falaise pocket. Note the 276. VGD stamp, used in september (doc probably a bit backdated).
  11. Here is one other, related ot a member of 363.ID. in Normandie. His KVK 2 kl. award is showed on the specific thread. Document not signed by Div. Kdr., Gen. Dettling, but perhaps by Oberst Freiherr von Gall, Kdr. of GR 957.
  12. Not certain, but it seems. But definitively not 353.ID. And 328.ID remains were used to form the new 353.ID., so, it is not unpossible... But don't know the name of 328.ID's kommandeur ! Completely at the opposit of the nice variants showed, here is a very ugly one (!) realised with a simple paper, related to a member of 147. Res. Division who became 363.ID in february 44. The man won later EK 2 in Normandie (see his award doc on the other thread).