- Soldbuch grouping to Gefreiter Ernst Feuermann, who served with the Infanterie-Bataillon z.b.V. 100 - this was the only "z.b.V." unit of the Heer composed of volunteers; the others were meant as penal units. The Bataillon was part of the elite commando forces of the Wehrmacht. Feuermann must have joined them just after they fought on the Albert canal bridges flanking the Eben Emael fort in Belgium, May 1940. He was still with the Bataillon when it was used in September 1941 to form Schützen-Regiment 129, part of the 22. Panzer-Division. He was then wounded with the 22.PD in May 1942 and earned the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz and the Krimschild.
- The Soldbuch has seen some water damage but is still complete with all pages. It comes with his VWA award document and two original photos showing bunkers.
Infanterie-Bataillon z.b.V. 100 Soldbuch
- Product Code: CN004
- Availability: In Stock