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14-Iron Cross

The Iron Cross and killed at the Russian Front.

awarding document for the Iron Cross
awarding document for the Iron Cross

WW2 pictures of the author’s uncle in different German army tank unit uniforms. He was as anti-tank gunner with the 8th Panzer Division on the Russian front, where he received the Iron Cross. He was killed in action two days later – on July 28, 1944 – in the area of Ternopil in Galicia.

 

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