Geb.Jäg.Rgt.141 Death Notice + Portrait
Death notice card of Obergefreiter Robert Baldauf who died during combat in Finland (Lappland).
Both the notice and portrait shows overall normal signs of wear. According the notice Robert died on the 13 April 1942 in the North (Finnland).
Robert was drafted in the Gebirgsjager Ersatz Bataillon 136 and after training became a soldier within the 1.Kompanie Gebirgsjager Regiment 141. The regiment was part of the 6.Gebirgs-Division. This division and her units fought in Greece in 1941 and went to Norway in September 1941. It was put into action in Lappland in 1942. It's pretty unique that his portrait postcard comes with the notice. On the portrait we see that Robert is wearing his combat tunic. Robert was wearer of the EK2 and the Infanterie Sturmabzeichen.
The set also comes with a (modern) copy of a Marschbefehl.
See the last picture for extra info (please note that we don't own that info card).
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