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Oberstleutnant Georg-Wilhelm Postel

Born: 23rd Apr 1896

Died: 20th Sep 1953 in Soviet captivity

Highest rank reached: Generalleutnant

Kommandeur II./Infanterie Regiment 109

Bataillonskommandeur zum Infanterie Regiment 433

Kommandeur I./Infanterie Regiment 364

Kommandeur vom Infanterie Regiment 364

Kommandeur der 320 Infanterie Division

Kommandierender General of XXX Armeekorps

Ritterkreuz - 9th Aug 1942 / Eichenlaub - 28th Mar 1943 / Schwertern - 26th Mar 1944

DKiG - 28th Feb 1942

Image: IAB Silber citation

Edited by hucks216

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EK2 citattion from 30.3.1943, hand signature as Kommandeur der 320 Infanterie Division

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