- Grouping to Hauptwachtmeister Rudolf Junghans. He served from before the war until April 1945 in several artillery units. He fought on the Eastern Front with the 269.ID and the motorised 16.ID until he was wounded by frostbite in January 1943. All his toes were amputated and he continued to serve in reserve units, until he was captured by the Allies late April 1945 in the Reservelazarett II in Zwickau. The grouping consists of:
- His early photo album, with training photos from his time with Artillerie-Ersatz-Abteilung 214 in Jena, and later Aschaffenburg, ca. 1939-1940. The album is complete with 95 photos. Only a few pages are shown here.
- Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwertern award document, October 1941, hand signed by Generalmajor Ernst von Leyser, Knight's Cross winner. Folded once, punch holes reinforced with tape.
- Ostmedaille award document, August 1942. Folded once, punch holes reinforced with tape.
- Postwar handwritten summary of his military career.
Artillery photo album and award documents
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