- Soldbuch to Obergefreiter Heinz Przyklenk. First issue from August 1939. Przyklenk joined Infanterie-Regiment 191 of the 71. Infanterie-Division after shortly serving with Bau-Bataillon 257. He was wounded early in the French campaign, during the attack on the Maginot line: he was transferred to the Feldlazarett 171 with a shrapnel wound in the left arm on 18th of May 1940. For this wound, Pryzklenk earned the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz. Later on, he picked up his civilian profession as a butcher in Schlächterei-Zug (mot.) 40, part of the 24. Panzer-Division which pushed for Stalingrad. As the last dated entry is a vaccination on 9th of November 1942, it seems that Przyklenk perished with the mass of his division in Stalingrad. He is not listed in the Volksbund grave database.
- Cover is loose but the Soldbuch is a 100% complete. A portrait photo was never inserted, as normal for Stalingrad MIA/KIA Soldbucher.
Stalingrad Soldbuch 24.Pz.Div., France 1940 WIA
- Product Code: DN025