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WW2 German Luftwaffe Soldbuch

Luftwaffe Soldbuch for Heinrich Füchs.  The photo was removed.  When the Soldbuch was started, he was a Flieger.  1 July 1942, he was promoted to Gefreiter. 1 July 1943, he was promoted to Obergefreiter. 1 July 1944, he was promoted to  Unteroffizier.

WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe NCO See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg
WW2 German Soldbuch Luftwaffe See Fliegerhorst Cherbourg

Füchs was born 4 October 1901, Saarbrücken.  In civilian, he was a driver.

The Soldbuch was started 9 June 1941 by Ausbildungsstelle Gelnhausen.

Füchs served with Ausbildungsstelle Gelnhausen from 8 to 23 July 1941.  24 July to 19 April 1943, he served with Fliegerhorst KommandanteurCarpignet.


19 April 1943 to 23 May 1944, he was with Fliegerhorst Kommandanteur 305-XI (See) in Cherbourg.  April 1 1944, it was renamed to Fliegerhorst E (v) 245 XII, and he served with it 24 May 1944 to 6 July 1944.  It was renamed again to Fliegerhorst  Kommandanteur E (v) 230 VII and he served with them 7 July to30 September 1944.  His last listed unit was from 1 October 1944 onward, Fliegerhorst Kommandanteur E (V) 215 VII.


He was married and his wife lived in Sackenbach.

Füchs’ glued in clothing and equipment list stretches over 20 inches and is not completely shown here.  The last entered equipment were 17 February 1945 by Fliegerhorst Komp. E (v) 215 XII.

He was issued a gas mask and received his immunizations.

His vision was checked 2 April 1943, Western France.

He received a family stipend.

A second entry is ink stamped Feldpost 30835, Luftgau Paris and is for Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur A See 305-XI.

Page 19 confirms his pay group with his ranks on page 1.

Again notations of pay and soap received.

He was granted 7 leaves from 1941 to November 1944.  The last leave was because his family house had been bombed and destroyed, when 14 tons of Sprengbomben were dropped on the town.




Very used complete Luftwaffe Soldbuch for a See Fliegerhorst NCO who served mostly on the French Coast.


$60