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  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940
  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940
  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940
  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940
  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940
  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940
  • A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940

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A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940

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A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940

A Soldbuch to 105th Infantry KIA at Nantueil France 1940 - Wilhelm Petre Soldbuch; 24 pages, fine condition Footnote:  Peter war born on April 4th, 1913 in Gross-Eichen. His family was protestant, and his father Wilhelm was a woodworker. His wife was named Willy, nee Flüggel. He stood at 180 cm, thin build and beardless, with blond hair and blue eyes. He was a Feldwebel with the 105th Infantry Regiment, 5th company raised in Wittlich along the Westwall. He was killed on the 13th of June, 1940 near Nantueil, France. He is buried in the cemetery of Fort-de-Malmaison.
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