[World War 2]

German WW2 Photo Album 10th Regiment NCO Poland & France


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Here is a photo album of a German NCO who served in the 10th Infantry Regiment. This Regiment was part of the the 4th Infantry Division which was one of the first German Divisions raised. It was raised in October 1934 in Dresden.

It took part in the Invasion of Poland in September 193 as part of IV Corps, 10.Armee, German Army Group South

It took part in the invasion of the Low Countries and France ad fillies: May 1940: reserve division of German Army Group A in June 1940: part of IV Corps of 6.Armee of German Army Group B.

In late 1940 it was reorganized as 14th Panzer Division.

The approximately 60 un-published photos depict a live Falcon demonstration, an NCO with 10th Regiment shoulder board ciphers, boats, ships, soldiers and sailors on liberty on a beach, a cemetery of German dead, soldiers around a monument to a Grenadier Regiment, Castles, Churches, cliffs at the seaside, Tour Bus photos and a maker regarding Versailles in 1919.

Most all photos show NCOs.

Because these NCOs are not wearing wound badges, iron crosses or other awards it appears to be a pre war album.

These photos are in remarkable condition. Perhaps the wax paper between the photos and paper pages preserved them.

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