L.Flak Ers.Abt.92 EKM (Wien)
Nice worn dog tag from a soldier who served in the Leichte Flak Ersatz Abteilung 92 erkennungsmarke.
The dog tag or 'Erkennungsmarke' shows signs of wear. It belonged to a soldier who served in a Leichte Batterie of Flak Ersatz Abteilung 92'. This abteilung was formed in August 1939 in Wien-Kagram with 5 batteries. In 1942 the abteilung was divided into an Ersatz and an Ausbildungs Abteilung. Both where stationed in Wien-Kagram where they stayed the entire war. In June 1944 the unit was increased to a total of 8.Batteries.
The 'T' on both parts of the tag probably stands for Tetanus, but this is not 100% sure.
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