Death Rememberance Card for Ecker- Panzerjager
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This is a two page death rememberance card for Johann Ecker. Ecker was an obergefrieter in a Panzerjager company. He received the Iron Cross 2nd class, the Eastern Front medal, and a wound badge. The photo of Obergefreiter Ecker shows him wearing a general assault badge, as well. He was killed as a result of a bombing on May 31, 1944 in Italy. He was 25 years old.
In the photo, Ecker is wearing his black panzer tunic. The deaths head collar tabs are clearly visible in the photo. The reverse of this card is fairly plain depicting only an Iron Cross. This is a great card in great condition!

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Item #: WWI-206
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