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  • Germany, SS. A HIAG Missing Persons Report for SS-Hauptsturmführer Georg Leitner

Item: G47575

Germany, SS. A HIAG Missing Persons Report for SS-Hauptsturmführer Georg Leitner

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Germany, SS. A HIAG Missing Persons Report for SS-Hauptsturmführer Georg Leitner

(HIAG Vermisstenanzeige). Constructed of off-white paper with multi-coloured ink, featuring a black-and-white reproduced photograph of the subject, undated, measuring 210 mm (w) x 145 mm (h), in extremely fine condition.

 

Footnote: Georg Leitner was born on 19 April 1912 in Austria-Hungary, and served in the 16th Cavalry Regiment of the 8th SS Cavalry Division “Florian Geyer”. He disappeared on 12 February 1945 during an attempted breakout from the Siege of Budapest. The report was filed by a relative named Ursula Puppa.

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