Soldbuch and award document grouping to Stabsgefreiter Heinz Bewersdorf. This Berlin resident tailor first served as a reconnaissance soldier with the 68. Infanterie-Division in 1941-'44. Particularly interesting is the unit mentioning of "Ski-Bataillon 168", a short lived name for the divisional Aufklärungs-Abteilung. He was wounded with the Füsilier-Bataillon 168 in the Beskiden mountains in August 1944. Finally released from hospital late January 1945, he then joined Grenadier-Regiment 1313, part of the 156. Infanterie-Division. This division was put under the command of the Heeresgruppe Weichsel in Eberswalde. In April 1945, the Heeresgruppe Weichsel was fighting in the Battle of Seelow Hights, and later the Battle for Berlin - the 156.ID was not trapped in the Halbe pocket. Bewersdorf survived these fights and received a last promotion in May 1945. The group consists of the following:
- Soldbuch, Zweitschrift issue from February 1945 following his release from hospital. Includes all entries from his Berlin time with the 156.ID and a list of his three earlier awards: the Ostmedaille, the KVKII and the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz. Perfect and complete condition.
- Ostmedaille award document, signed by his Schwadronsführer of A.A.168. Folded once, not punched.
- Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwertern award document while with Ski-Bataillon 168, with signature of a temporary commander of the 68.ID.
- Accompanying letter to this KVK2 award document by his officer.
- Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz award document, by the Rservelazarett Königshütte.
Soldbuch & award docs Ski-Bataillon 68.ID, Berlin 1945
- Product Code: DT019