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Werner Scholl

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Werner Scholl

Birth
Forchtenberg, Hohenlohekreis, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Death
May 1944 (aged 21)
Mogilev, Mogilev, Belarus
Burial
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Werner Scholl, age 21, was a German soldier who was reported missing in action on the Eastern Front (Mogilev, according to Hermann Vinke, in his book about Fritz Hartnagel) during the World War II. Werner was in a medical unit, 2. Sanitäts-Kompanie 35, a divisional unit of the 35. Infanterie-Division. His feldpost number (as of Feb 22, 1943) was 32 063.

He was the younger brother of Hans and Sophie Scholl, members of the White Rose movement executed by Nazis.
Werner Scholl, age 21, was a German soldier who was reported missing in action on the Eastern Front (Mogilev, according to Hermann Vinke, in his book about Fritz Hartnagel) during the World War II. Werner was in a medical unit, 2. Sanitäts-Kompanie 35, a divisional unit of the 35. Infanterie-Division. His feldpost number (as of Feb 22, 1943) was 32 063.

He was the younger brother of Hans and Sophie Scholl, members of the White Rose movement executed by Nazis.


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