• Soldbuch to Unteroffizier Herbert Gronow. Zweitschrift issued in September 1944 while recovering from a fourth wound. Gronow had been wounded twice in 1942 (the first time by frostbite), then by a bullet in October 1943, and finally by shrapnel with Jäger-Regiment 227 of the 100. Jäger-Division in the Ukraine, August 1944. He was awarded the Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse, the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz upgraded to Verwundetenabzeichen in Silber, and the Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen in Silber. He rejoined his old unit on the front in March 1945 and was issued the Sturmgewehr 44! The 100. Jäger-Division retreated through Yugoslavia and surrendered to the Russians in Silesia. It looks like Gronow survived the war.  
  • Soldbuch in good and complete condition. It looks like an award was censored both on the portrait photo and on the awards page - probably the EKI. Nice portrait photo in late war Feldbluse.  

100. Jäger-Division Soldbuch, StG 44

  • Product Code: DH059