Lw.-Bau-Btl. 4/IV

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1941 - Formed with 3 Kp. [1]

Nov 1941 - Schaulen (Lith)[2]

28 Jan 1942 - Cholm, 1 wounded in combat.[3]

4 Feb 1942 - Boloschkino, 6 killed and 6 wounded in combat. [4]

27 Oct 1942 - Kurt Ackenhausen, Zugführer 2./Lw.Bau-Btl. 4/IV[5]

Jan 1943 - Rossosch (Stalingrad) [6]

1 Mar 1943 - Hptm Kurt Ackenhausen, appt Adj[7]

Sep 1943 - 1. Kp located at Cervere, Italy. [8]

Oct 1943 - 2. Kp located at Lagnasco, Italy.[9]

Nov 1943 - Airasca, Italy.[10]

May - Jun 1944 - 2.Kp located at Foligno, Italy.[11]

1945 - in Luftgau VI. [12]

References

  1. Tessin
  2. Airfields - Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.pdf
  3. RL2-III/1180 19.2.42 pg 2 entry 20
  4. RL2-III/1180 19.2.42 pg 2 entry 21, notation showing that numbers changed on two occasions 4.3.42 and 12.6.42 presumably due to individuals dying of wounds.
  5. Career Summaries - Luftwaffe Officers 1935 - 1945 Section A - F
  6. Tessin
  7. Career Summaries - Luftwaffe Officers 1935 - 1945 Section A - F
  8. Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45 - Italy, Sicily and Sardinia. Henry L. de Zeng IV
  9. Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45 - Italy, Sicily and Sardinia. Henry L. de Zeng IV
  10. Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45 - Italy, Sicily and Sardinia. Henry L. de Zeng IV
  11. Luftwaffe Airfields 1935-45 - Italy, Sicily and Sardinia. Henry L. de Zeng IV
  12. Tessin