- Soldbuch grouping to Obergefreiter Armin Freiberg, issued February 1941. After almost 1.5 years with Flieger-Ausbildungs-Regiment 61 (Oschatz), this Leipzig born student spent one day with Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 5 in July 1942, but was immediately forwarded to Flieger-Regiment 61 again. In December 1942, this Regiment was used to form the 14. Luftwaffen-Feld-Division and shipped to Norway. There, Freiber would serve with Jäger-Regiment 27 and with the divisional Kraftfahr-Kompanie. He served as a driving instructor, as can be seen on his Wehrmacht-Hilfs-Fahrlehrerschein. The 14.LWFD was later integrated in the Heer and ended the war in Norway.
- Interesting Soldbuch entries include a hospital stay in Bodø (Norway), typical winter equipment ("Pluschweste", "Kopfschützen gefüttert", ...), a private Sauer 6.35 pistol and numerous postwar entries from during his captivity in Norway. Notice the German POW's could also be awarded a "Minenzulage" pay if they were involved in the dangerous mine clearing.
- The Soldbuch is a 100% complete and in good condition. It comes with the pretty rare bright yellow Wehrmacht-Fahrlehrerschein, manually altered to "Hilfs-Fahrlehrerschein", issued in 1941.
Norway 14.LWFD Soldbuch, FJR5, Fahrlehrer
- Product Code: DM172
- Availability: In Stock