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Seeking help with some elusive German regimental histories


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Hi all,

This is my third post, wahey!

I have long collected German regimental histories to along certain theme lines, but generally pretty eclectic and whatever takes my fancy on a rainy Sunday afternoon. Often I am after just one or two pages in a given volume, sometimes more, sometimes less. The quality can content can be a bit like a box of chocolates. In any case, I have a few outstanding and am hoping that some decent gentleman might be able to assist with some scans of limited page numbers.

I am after the following at present:

Infanterie Regiment 94 (in 38th Div)

Infanterie Regiment 95 (in 38th Div)

Infanterie Regiment 96 (in 38th Div)

73rd Hannoverian Fusiliers (Lt Ernst Junger's mob)

If you can assist please do contact me via PM or reply to this forum. If I can reciprocate from the stack on my shelves I am happy to do so.



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