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2./Kw. Trsp. Abt. 503 group


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Hi people, I've just got this group. A mate of mine has a group from 1./ Kw.Trsp. Abt. 503 his group has a Kuban shield doc with it. Could this bloke have been there too? Info on this unit's scant. KVK2 w/s is #110, Otto Zappe. Not an exciting group, but nice KBA doc. Both this group & my mates have the same signatures on the KBA & KVK docs .Arbeitsbuch's are his & his missus. Stewy

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