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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by inkuruptibles » 22 May 2017 23:44

hucks216 wrote:
inkuruptibles wrote:Can anyone assist me with information on Feldpost 08319B.

I have a few letters from someone surname Reck and want to find more information.

Thank you
(Mobilmachung-1.1.1940) Stab II Infanterie-Regiment 36,
(28.4.1940-14.9.1940) Stab II u. 5.-8. Kompanie Infanterie-Regiment 36,
(1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 3.2.1944 Stab II u. 5.-8. Kompanie Grenadier-Regiment 36,
(7.11.1944-Kriegsende) 27.2.1945 gestrichen.

The letter 'B' indicates 5.Kompanie.
Thank you. Quick question, I've noticed some people on here can find out like locations on where they been depending on the year. Do you know where I can get this info?

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by GregSingh » 23 May 2017 00:59

locations on where they been depending on the year
For example here: Infanterie-Regiment 36 of 9.Infanterie-Division

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by inkuruptibles » 23 May 2017 01:29

Thank you

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by Feldwebel1914 » 30 Nov 2017 08:09

Can anyone please help me with:

Bächereikompanie e 627

This was my father's company in the East during WWII. I believe it was attached to Manstein's 11th Army, which was Later disbanded after Sevastopol. It may have been a part of Army Group Don.

Thank You Advance,
Karl

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by schwarzermai » 06 Dec 2017 06:46

Feldwebel1914 wrote:Can anyone please help me with:

Bächereikompanie e 627

This was my father's company in the East during WWII. I believe it was attached to Manstein's 11th Army, which was Later disbanded after Sevastopol. It may have been a part of Army Group Don.

Thank You Advance,
Karl

Hallo Karl

FPN 26 587
Bäckerei-Kompanie 627

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by Feldwebel1914 » 18 Apr 2018 06:40

Hallo Uwe,

Sorry for the delay in response. Have been moving for the last few months.

Thank You so much for the information. My father passed away in Rosenheim in 1990, and later I realized that there were many additional questions I should have asked him.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
Karl

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by Feldwebel1914 » 19 Apr 2018 12:05

Hallo Uwe,

One more quick question. My research indicates the the FPN points to the 320th Infantry Division. Can you confirm that this is the case?

Many thanks,
Karl

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by schwarzermai » 23 Apr 2018 15:18

Hello Karl

Bäckerei-Kp. 627 was a independently unit - so called Heerestruppe

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Re: Feldpost numbers

Post by Feldwebel1914 » 11 May 2018 06:06

Thank You so much Uwe.

This explains why I am having such a hard time determining his precise duty units during the war. My father was in a a lazaret in Rosenheim during the last six months of the war due to hepatitis. He was also diagnosed with schizophrenia by the time I knew him, so discerning fantasy and truth became difficult. I do have many of his WWII pictures from the Netherlands, France, Bulgaria, and the Crimea. Some are annotated, and some are not.

Karl

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