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    #2
    Very nice DK Winner Tunic. Was killed in Hungary in 1945 as Major when i remember it correct. You should not have to wait long for someone who wants this one. If it would be GBJ, you have it already sold
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        #4
        I’ve already sold most of my Gbj Tunics only keeping two.
        Smaller items is what I’m looking for, like a Nice Police helmet, MGZ34, officer daggers of Heer, LW and KM.

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          #5
          Was he an Austrian by chance? The pointy pocket flaps have an Austrian influence.
          Charles Stubben: ALWAYS SEEKING TOMBAK Wurster small "w" PAB & IAB's

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            #6
            Hello.

            No. He was not born in Austria.

            Here his combat tunic and some award documents which I do own.
            The awards are not his.

            I was able to track his military career pretty much until end of 1944..than it gets foggy

            http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...d.php?t=892309

            I am sure there are still other documents from him somewhere out..

            Regards
            Christian

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              #7
              Very impressive group. Also very impressive records of this Oberleutnant. Seems he was very first line combat, highly experienced and real fire hardened soldier.

              Why time of his career from 1944 is foggy ? Do we know deatils of his death ? Seems participation in famous "Konrad" operations ?

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                #8
                I have copies of the war diaries of the units he served...but he got transferred sometimes in 2nd half of 1944.
                I found an entry of him serving in 24th tank division but I have not found any war diaries or entries about him from this time onwards.
                So until mid 44 I know a lot...from than on I know only his KIA date and the region.
                His grave is known and still exists.

                Was exciting to research and maybe some day I will find more about him.

                Regards
                Christian

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by compressore View Post
                  Hello.

                  No. He was not born in Austria.

                  Here his combat tunic and some award documents which I do own.
                  The awards are not his.

                  I was able to track his military career pretty much until end of 1944..than it gets foggy

                  http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...d.php?t=892309

                  I am sure there are still other documents from him somewhere out..

                  Regards
                  Christian

                  Thank you for your reply.
                  Charles Stubben: ALWAYS SEEKING TOMBAK Wurster small "w" PAB & IAB's

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                    #10
                    Nice item, but his name is spelled with an Umlaut, you have it in the Danish way.

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