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eMedals-A Wehrpass to the 13th Reserve Territorial Infantry Battalion

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A Wehrpass to the 13th Reserve Territorial Infantry Battalion

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A Wehrpass to the 13th Reserve Territorial Infantry Battalion

A Wehrpass to the 13th Reserve Territorial Infantry Battalion - of Johann Zub: 52 pages, in very fine condition. Footnote: Johann Zub was a Bohemian born gunner and welder of the Wehrmacht. He was born October 4th, 1903 in Eger, in Sudetenland. He was a citizen of the Reich, but makes note that he was previously a citizen of Czechoslovakia. He was married, catholic, and was trained to work as a mason. On November 27, 1939 he was conscripted to the army, and underwent inspection at the Military District Command Office in Mies. He had previously served in the Czechoslovakian Army in the 20s and was fluent in Czech. He wasn’t assigned to a unit until January 1942, when he was placed with the 13th Reserve Territorial Infantry Battalion of Prachatitz. He was trained with the standard 98k Rifle, but his primary function was to serve as a Welder. In 1943 he was promoted to Gefreiter, after being awarded the Military Merit Cross 2nd Class. He was also awarded the Infantry Assault Badge. In October of the same year he suffered a wound to his right hand while serving in Russia. He was also given a document to inform him to be prepared to be called up for active service, dated February 19
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