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  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France
  • A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France

Item: G30880

A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France

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A Military Record Book of Gefreiter Fanger; Invasion of France

A Wehrstammbuch (military record book), measuring 151x212mm, extremely fine condition with some scuffing. It is dated to April 19, 1937.The book contains: A photo of Fanger, taken in 1937, measuring 45x63mm, mint condition. A receipt, measuring 111x74mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease, for the subscription of newspaper “Buxtehuder Tageblatt” for the month of April 1943. A certificate of good conduct upon discharge, measuring 149x214mm, extremely fine condition with some scuffing. The document is dated to October 8, 1943. A criminal record certificate, measuring 202x148mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease and two punched holes. It shows no entries, and is dated to April 21, 1937. A Company summary page, measuring 213x298mm, extremely fine condition with folding creases and two punched holes with hole punch reinforcements. An excerpt from the Truppenstammrolle (troop military record), measuring 212x297mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease. It is dated to September 28, 1943. A Beurteilung (assessment) of Fanger, measuring 210x296mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease. It is dated to September 28, 1943. A letter from the Landrat (district administrator) of Erding (near Munich), measuring 209x149mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease. It is dated to October 12, 1943. Fanger is informed that one of his sons, born on May 31, 1940, has been placed into a foster home, since Fanger was in agreement with the plan, and that his son is enjoying his new home. It also states that the foster parents don’t ask for any financial support. A letter from the Amtsgericht (district court) Munich, measuring 208x151mm, extremely fine condition with minor scuffing and folding crease. It is dated to Munich on November 16, 1943, and asks Fanger to appear before the court on November 20 due to a matter of guardianship. A second letter from the Amtsgericht Munich, measuring 208x151mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease, with the same content. It is dated to November 22, 1943, Fanger is being summoned again for November 29. Discharge papers, measuring 209x296mm, extremely fine condition with folding crease. The document is dated to May 8, 1944. Fanger is being discharged due to heart problems and a circulatory dysfunction in his left leg and the lower abdomen. Footnote: Alois Fanger was born on July 1, 1912 in Landersdorf (today part of the city of Dorfen) near Munich. He was drafted and examined on November 20, 1939 and assigned to the Fahr-Ersatz-Schwadron 212 (Motorized Replacement Squadron) in Freising on December 12, 1939 as a driver. This assignment only lasted until February 1940, when he was redeployed to the Veterinary Company 212, with which Fanger fought in France. On June 1, 1940, he was promoted to Gefreiter (Lance Corporal). Between 1940 and 1941, Fanger first served on the Western Front, took part in battles at the Maginot Line outside of Longuyon and a battle south of Toul, before becoming part of the occupation forces, finally being stationed at the coast off the English Channel. In November 1941, Fanger’s unit was redeployed to the Eastern Front, specifically the vicinity of Leningrad. He received the Eastern Front Medal on August 9, 1942. In October 1942 he contracted typhus and had to be treated in the Lazarett (military hospital) Tegernsee (southern Bavaria) until July 1943. Consequently, he was reassigned in early 1943 to the Genesenden-Kompanie (convalescent company) of the Vet. Ers. u. Aus. Abt. (veterinary replacement and training detachment) 7 Landshut. In October 1943, he was released from active service and placed with the Heeresentlassungsstelle (army discharge office) 3/VII until May 1944 when he was finally discharged due to health reasons.
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