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Ludwig Böshenz was promoted Leutnant, without commission on 05.12.1915. He was promoted Oberlt. on 18.10.1918. The 1919 seniority list gives his DOR as a Leutn. of 23.06.1913.

There was also an Oskar Bözhenz in the same unit. He is listed an an "ernannter Leutn." 19.05.1918 in the 1919 seniority list.


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And here into WW2...

Pionier-Bataillon 295 (Pi.Btl.295) D
Offizierstellenbesetzung 10.2.1940

Kommandeur Hauptmann Paul Baier
-------------- Hauptmann Stübig ab 14.3.1940
Offizier z.b.V. Hauptmann Friedrich Rühenbeck
Adjutant Leutnant d.R. Karl Wieland
Verpflegungsoffizier Leutnant d.R. Alfred Gerling

1. Kompanie
Chef Leutnant d.R. Herbert Koops
- - - Leutnant Spoerhase ab 14.3.1940

2. Kompanie
Chef Oberleutnant d.R. Gustav Klute
- - - Leutnant Kaesberg ab 14.3.1940

3. Kompanie
Chef Hauptmann Ludwig Böshenz
- - - Leutnant Wieland ab 14.3.1940

Brückenbau Kolonne
Führer Oberleutnant Dietmann ab 14.3.1940

leichte Pionier Kolonne
Führer Feldwebel (OA) Beuermann ab 14.3.1940

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