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eMedals-Germany, SS. The Soldbuch Of Hungarian Volunteer Ferencz Kelemen, SS Division “  Hunyadi"

Item: M0251-329

Germany, SS. The Soldbuch Of Hungarian Volunteer Ferencz Kelemen, SS Division “ Hunyadi"

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Germany, SS. The Soldbuch Of Hungarian Volunteer Ferencz Kelemen, SS Division “ Hunyadi"

The Soldbuch is dated to January 24, 1945. There is no picture. A handwritten note states that Kelemen was not in possession of a photo. Measuring 105 (w) x 146 (h) mm, with light scuffing and soiling of the cover, and minimal warping, remains very fine.

Footnote: Ferencz Kelemen was born on May 24, 1923 in Hungary. He joined the 63rd Waffen Grenadier Regiment of the SS, part of the 25th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS “Hunyadi”. This late-war established SS Division was a short-lived unit made up of Hungarian volunteers. However, the unit was not yet fully equipped and trained when the advancing Red Army forced it westwards. Eventually, it surrendered to US forces.

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