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eMedals-600 Articles of Fieldpost of Two KC Recipients

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600 Articles of Fieldpost of Two KC Recipients



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600 Articles of Fieldpost of Two KC Recipients

600 Field Post Correspondence of Two KC Recipients - Approximately 600 Fieldpost Letters with envelopes, correspondence of two KC Winners: it is correspondence between  Oberstleutnant Helmut Haeuseler, Commander of Grenadier-Regiment 399 (KC on 14 February 1945); and Generalmajor Botho von Frantzius, Commander of Grenadier-Regiment 504 (KC on 4.11.1941); Botho von Frantzius (9 August 1898 – 10 December 1942). Botho von Frantzius was a highly decorated Generalmajor in the Wehrmacht during World War II. Botho von Frantzius was killed on 10 December 1942 near Nevel, during the Battle for Velikiye Luki. He was posthumously promoted to Generalmajor. Approximately 200 letters cover period circa 1935-1939; the rest covers correspondence 1940-1942.
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