• Soldbuch to Unteroffizier Ernst Angelewski. First issue started in October 1939, after which he joined the 12. (MG) Kompanie of Infanterie-Regiment 64, part of the 16. Infanterie-Division. Angelewski fought with this unit in France and earned himself a promotion to Gefreiter and the EKII during the campaign. In August 1940 his Bataillon was used to create Schützen-Regiment 4, as part of a renewal operation of the 6. Panzer-Division. Now fighting with the 6.Pz.Div. in the East, Angelewski was also awarded the Panzerkampfabzeichen in Bronze, the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz for a wound around New Year 1942, and the Ostmedaille.  
  • Following his release from hospital and a leave home in April 1942, Angelewski was now moved to Panzergrenadier-Regiment 104 of the 15. Panzer-Division in Africa. He arrived on the 21st of July 1942, as can be seen on the "afrikanischen Boden" entry on page 19. He arrived just in time for the push towards the Egyptian border and the fighting around Tobruk. During the following retreat towards Tunisia, the Pz.Gren.Rgt.104 was placed under the command of the 21. Panzer-Division. Angelewski was awarded the Italian-German commemoration medal in January 1943, entered "ohne Urkunde" in the Soldbuch, and must have surrendered with what remained of his regiment near Annaba, Algeria, May 1943.  
  • As usual with DAK POW Soldbucher, a portrait photo was never inserted. The Soldbuch has its pages loose but it's a 100% complete - less likely for a DAK Soldbuch!  

DAK Soldbuch - 15. and 21.Pz.Div.

  • Product Code: DF012

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