FRAMED MEMORIAL WITH PICTURES OF SOLDIERS KILLED FROM THE TOWN OF BIESINGEN

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Item Code: 954-73

Biesingen is a town located an hour’s drive southwest of Stuttgart, Germany. This framed document has 18 photos and 2 cross markers for men from the town who were killed in action during World War Two. Across the bottom are six photos of men who are missing.

Across the top of the document is “1939 GEDENKTAFEL 1945” over “GEFALLENE” while at bottom is “GEMEINDE BIESINGEN.” Overall this reads “Plaque of the fallen 1939-1945 from the local community of Biesingen.”

The men in the photos are pictured in uniform. Some are wearing visor hats or overseas caps and some wear helmets. The Luftwaffe, Heer and Kriegsmarine (Air Force, Army and Navy) are represented. Under each photo is the man’s name and the date he was lost.

At center of the document in the middle of the photographs of the killed is a dove with an olive branch surrounded by “Die Toten u. Vermissten mahnen zum Frieden!” or “The dead and the missing people are calling for peace.” A branch of laurel frames each side of the bottom.

The framed item meas. approx. 12.00 x 15.00 inches. The document is clean and bright and in excellent shape. Frame is modern. Attached to the back of the frame is an envelope with basic burial information for the men killed in action copied from the internet.  [ad]

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