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Need to get his name clarified as well as the six bottom lines on page 12. I have tried to mark the lines.
Sincerely
Edwina
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Could be Gruher . Heinrich

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Last 6 sections of page 12:

1) Gren.Ers.u.A.Btl 120 (Grenadier-Ersatz und Ausbildungs-Bataillon 120)

2) Alarm-Regiment Tried

3) abbreviations as per #1

4) Marsch-Kompanie and then abbreviations as per #1

5) 6./Grenadier-Regiment von H____

(Stellungs-Kampfgruppe XII/1)

6) 6./Grenadier-Regiment 73

 

As for his name, can you also show his signature on page 2, his parents names on page 3 and his signature on page 1. It can all help.

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Thank you for your answer, curious about what kampfgruppe 12 is for something I've been looking for but not found anything yet. Can I get help with the last 3 lines on page 32, thank you

 

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Einsatz Osten, Nordabschnitt

Einsatz Kampfraum Aachen (Rgt Trier)

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Brilliant and thank you for your help

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His name looks like Heinrich Coutier. The initial on the front cover of the Wehrpass will confirm if his surname starts with a C or G but it looks like a C to me.

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These documents came with, was it common for these documents to be included?

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You see all sorts of notes, letters and documents from time to time, it's nothing unusual and just depends on what has been part of the group and has been put together either by the family or a previous collector.

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I understand, with my little German as I can, I think the text and the content are a little surprising.

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5 hours ago, edwina said:

Thank you for your answer, curious about what kampfgruppe 12 is for something I've been looking for but not found anything yet. Can I get help with the last 3 lines on page 32, thank you

 

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Edwina : Kampfgruppen were in the Wehrmacht , provisional units of mixed composition and variable size conformed in emergency situations . 

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