1914-1918 group to A. Alber, Inf. Rgt 475/413, EKII, WBiB, France, captured by Americans!

1914-1918 group to A. Alber, Inf. Rgt 475/413, EKII, WBiB, France, captured by Americans!

1914-1918 group to A. Alber, Inf. Rgt 475/413, EKII, WBiB, France, captured by Americans!

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1914-1918 group to Andreas Alber, member of the Inf. Rgt 413. Albert saw front line action from 1917 on: Lotharingen, with Inf rgt 475 in Verdun where he got wounded while operating the "Minenwerfer Erhardt". Albert, out of active service for a few months returned to his unit March 1918. In the meanwhile he was also trained with the "Granatenwerfer 16"  and returned to the front lines near Noyon, Chambrai, St. Quentn where he got captured in Saint-Souplet defending the Hermannstellung (defence line behind the Sigfried line from Gent following the river Schelde and Leie toards the Marle, the line then went over to the "undingstellung") on 17.10.1918 and imprisoned by American forces! 

Albert was awarded with the wound badge in black and the iron cross 2nd class for his active duty at the front line, mainly operating mortars and granade throwers. 

The grouping includes the Militärpass of Alber together with 2 VERY nice award documents of the EKII and wound badge. 

Beautfiul WW1 combat group! 
1914-1918 group to A. Alber, Inf. Rgt 475/413, EKII, WBiB, France, captured by Americans!