All 4 documents show overall signs of wear. The documents are named to Willy Taubert who was awarded the Verwundentenabzeichen in Schwarz on the 10.9.1942 for his wound he got on 25.02.1942. Willy was a Kanonier in the Genesenden Batterie Schwere Artillerie Ersatz Abteilung 309. On the 1st of September 1942 he was also awarded the Ostmedaille. By then Willy was a Gefreiten. A couple of years later on 11.11.1944 Willy was awarded the Eiserne Kreuz 2.Klasse. Now Willy served in the 2.Batterie Schwere Artillerie Abteilung (motorisiert) 1193. This unit was formed in December 1943 in South France. In June 1944 it participated in the Normandy Campaign in the area of Caen. The unit was attached to the 89.Infanterie-Division. In late 1944 the unit was attached to the 15.Armee and fought in the Ardennes and participated in the 3rd battle of Aachen. After Aachen it fought in the Roer area. The last document is a (bit torn) well worn Certificate of Discharge. It's dated June 1945.
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