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A new book of Veteran - Günther Tlotzek
Old 08-15-2019, 06:20 AM   #1
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Günther Tlotzek

A moving life


In 1923 Günther Tlotzek, in the East Prussian town of Sokolken, saw the light of day. He fought in Russia and was wounded four times.


U. a. Outstanding with the melee clip in silver, the EK II and the wounded badge in silver, he ended up in Russian captivity at the end of the war and spent five years in Siberia.


128 pages, Din A 5 format, hardcover


With a sig. Soldiers Photo!

Book is in german at intresse a mail
to zg-stuttgart@web.de
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I just moved this thread to the book section.
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I see that Günther has been active online documenting his story. That is great!

https://nettetalaktuell.de/2017/03/1...egtes-leben-2/
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Interesting. Wonder if he could be relative of mine, somewhere deep in that woodpile?
My (Maternal) GG Grandmother's surname was "Nossenheim". I'm sure Nossenheim is a pretty common name - but one has to wonder . . .
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Any English edition?
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