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    Hello,

    Need to your help to translate that page on a FJR5 Wehrpass, please ?

    Thanks, David
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    #2
    Hello David

    29.4.42 - Gestorben (Beerdigt in Dankersen (?))

    Died, buried in Dankersen.

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      #3
      Hi,

      OK, thank you very much for your help.

      DAvid

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        #4
        Hello !

        I agree with klauklau.
        I couldn't read the location, but Dankersen makes perfect sense, as this is part of the city of Minden (40km W Hannover).
        Wehrmeldeamt Minden stamped the entry.

        On the right it says : 4./Fsjg.Rgt. 5, "Gross-Born" (Borne Sulinowo, Poland).
        Gross-Born was a famous training ground, ~80km E of Stettin.

        above the signature :
        f.d.R. d. Uebertrag. a.d. Kr.St.Ausz.
        = für die Richtigkeit der Übertragung aus dem Kriegsstammrollen-Auszug.
        (for the correctness of the transcription from the Kr.St.R.Ausz. [into the Wehrpass]).

        It seems he died during the formation of the Fsjg.Rgt. 5 at Gross-Born.
        I would be interested whether it is possible to say something on the circumstances ?!
        Would the term "gestorben" be used also in case of a training-accident ?
        Or does it mean he died of an illness etc. ?

        Best regards,

        Archi

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          #5
          Hi, Archi

          Thank you

          David

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            #6
            a training accident i think ...

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              #7
              Originally posted by Archi View Post

              It seems he died during the formation of the Fsjg.Rgt. 5 at Gross-Born.
              I would be interested whether it is possible to say something on the circumstances ?!
              Would the term "gestorben" be used also in case of a training-accident ?
              Or does it mean he died of an illness etc. ?

              Best regards,

              Archi
              Very interesting. I have not seen this term used before.
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