- Soldbuch to Obergefreiter Georg Dutschmann. First issue from August 1942. Dutschmann originally served one year with Flieger-Regiment 61 in Senlis, France, and then with Flak units also in occupied France. From September 1943, he was with Flak-Abteilung 501 in Boulogne, retreating from Northern France after the Allied invasion of June 1944. He ended up back in the Reich with the 2. Kompanie of the Fallschirmjäger-Kraftfahrer-Ausbildungs-Abteilung in Helmstedt, January 1945.
- From this FJ training unit, he was sent to a front line Fallschirmjäger unit in Holland late January / early February 1945. Unfortunately, the precise unit is not entered, as he was wounded very quickly after his arrival: by 17th of February 1945, Dutschmann found himself in Kriegslazarett 1/613 with a shrapnel wound. The Kriegslazarett-Abteilung 613 was retreated from Rouen (France) to Tournai (Belgium) in August 1944 and then to the Arnhem area. During Market Garden, it was located in the Oosterbeek hospital. Dutschmann was awarded the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz for his wound and appears to have survived the war.
- The Soldbuch has pages and the cover loose, but is still a 100% complete, including a portrait photo.
Holland 1945 WIA Fallschirmjäger Soldbuch
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