2.Kp.Pi.Ers.Batl.30 Erkennungsmarke (Lübeck)
Nice worn dog tag from a soldier who served in the 2.Kompanie Pionier Ersatz Bataillon 30.
The dog tag or 'Erkennungsmarke' shows normal signs of wear. The bataillon was formed in August 1939 in Lübeck. It fell under Division 160 and in June 1940 under Division 190. It trained and delivered soldiers for 8 different Pionier Bataillons and the Stellungsbau Pionier Bataillon 723.
In September 1944 the Ersatz Bataillon moved to Holland (Venlo area) and was used to form Pionier Bataillon 180 as part of the 180.Infanterie-Division. A new Pionier Ersatz Bataillon 30 was formed in October 1944 in Germany which became part of Division 480
The 'A' stands for the soldier's bloodtype.
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