Solbuch grouping Feldwebel Felix Goga EK1, EK2, IAB, Eastern Front, Wound Badge, Close Combat days Inf-Reg 272


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Very nice and complete paper grouping from Felix Goga;

Feldwebel Felix Goga (promoted to Feldwebel on 1 July 1944)
Fought in Russia with Infanterie Regiment / Grenadier Regiment 272 (93. Infanterie Division) (1941-1943)
Later assigned to the Unteroffizier Schule Marienwerder (1943-1944)
Born 16 December 1912 in Ramten (Kreis Stuhm), West Prussia (incorporated into East Prussia in 1920)
He survived the war and died 8 March 1999 in Waldkraiburg, Bavaria

E.K.1 (Iron Cross 1st Class): awarded 26. December 1942
E.K.2 (Iron Cross 2nd Class): awarded 28. November 1941
I.S.A. (Infantry Assault Badge): awarded 1. January 1942
East Medal: awarded 1. August 1942
Wound Badge (black): awarded 2. November 1942
(All Awards are listed on page 22 of his Soldbuch; his Soldbuch photo (above right) also depicts him wearing the E.K.1 and buttonhole ribbons for E.K.2 and East Medal)
13 Days of Close Combat (Nahkampftage) in Russia (1941-1942), (listed on pages 23-24 of Soldbuch)

-SOLDBUCH (picture attached with paperclip
-Notification Letter from Grenadier Regiment 272 for award of E.K.1 (11. January 1943
-E.K.2 Award Certificate, signed by General der Pioniere Otto Tiemann, (Knight’s Cross), 93. Inf. Div Cd
-Order of the Day (Tagesbefehl) letter recognizing Unteroffizier Goga and 11 others for outstanding bravery and achievement (31. May 1942)

Numerous civil documents include: Marriage / Wedding certificates (including original wedding invitation card), Original Birth and Baptism Certificates for Feldwebel Goga and his wife and children, Death Certificates for him and his wife and a young child, postwar letter to his son describing his experiences in Russia (hard to read the cursive handwriting but in one portion he seems to claim that he had over 15 Close Combat Days, however not all of them were recorded).

-4 x large-sized postcard photos (portrait photo, wedding photo, portrait of wife, hospital recovery photo)
-Other photos include postwar picture from POW camp, 10+ various small photos with Infantry comrades in the field in Russia (including winter / snow pictures)