Die Panzerknacker- the holders of the tank destruction badge

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Knight's Cross winner Major Herbert Eltrich
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Leutnant Hans Kremer
Leutnant Kremer, für die "Vernichtung sieben russischer Panzer" bei Jumpravissi und Mazusi (Lettland). Liste vier anerkannter Sturmtage bei der "2./Gren.Rgt.551 vom 6. November 1944
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Anton Schmidt, 7./J.R. 215 (post #1708). The document seems to show a 'kill' on 7/11/1941 bei Koljubjakino. Can anyone help me with details? I think that 215 J. Rgt. Was part of the 78. Inf.Div. part of HGr Mitte, 4. Armee, XIII. Armee-Korps. Where is Koljubjakino? I have a map showing Chernigov (Tschernigow) where (apparently) they crossed the Dnjepr prior to the advance on Moscow. I can't see anything that looks remotely like Koljubjakino in this vicinity. Is the spelling correct?
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Anton Schmidt, 7./J.R. 215 (post #1708). The document seems to show a 'kill' on 7/11/1941 bei Koljubjakino. Can anyone help me with details? I think that 215 J. Rgt. Was part of the 78 inf. Div. part of Army Group Center, 4th Army, XIII Army Corps. Where is Koljubjakino? I have a map showing Chernigov (Tschernigow) where (apparently) they crossed the Dneiper prior to the advance on Moscow. I can't see anything that looks remotely like Koljubjakino in this vicinity. Is the spelling correct?
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Hauptmann (later Major) Wolfgang Eberlein was awarded the PVA on 20 July 1942.
Er ist wieder da. Aber auch dieses Mal wird er nicht siegen!

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Hello, found this one of later KC-holder Hauptmann Hans-Georg Borck! Kind regards
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RK -Träger Arno Taulien
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