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    Feldpost number 19033

    hi guys,
    This feldpostnumber puzzles me. I can't find it anywhere. it is 19033 in march 1942. everywhere i look i can only find the timetable in 1940 and 1944. can anyone help me?

    greetings Rik
    I'm proud to be a sergeant in the royal dutch army

    Always looking for documents from the 126. Infanterie-Division.

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    19033

    (Mobilmachung-1.1.1940) 2. Kranken-Kraftwagen-Zug 218

    (1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 18.10.1943 Kranken-Kraftwagen-Kompanie 218

    (24.3.1944-6.11.1944) 2.10.1944 Kranken-Kraftwagen-Zug 218.


    From:
    https://www.axishistory.com/books/38...ldpost-numbers


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      #3
      Hi stickfigure,
      thank you, that was also what i could find. But i am looking for a unit in march 1942.

      greetings Rik
      I'm proud to be a sergeant in the royal dutch army

      Always looking for documents from the 126. Infanterie-Division.

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        #4
        My guess is that the records were ether lost or destroyed, but there is a chance that the number was unassigned to a unit.


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          #5
          The entry is absolutely correct, you're misunderstanding what the dates mean and as you can see the number belonged to the same unit throughout.

          Date ranges in brackets mean within which period the number was taken in to use and further, reflect when a unit changed it's name. That you see nothing for 1942 simply means that there was no change from the previous entry.
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            #6
            hi Simon,
            thank you for clarifying that for me. Appreciate it.
            I'm proud to be a sergeant in the royal dutch army

            Always looking for documents from the 126. Infanterie-Division.

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