Wehrmacht Soldbuch is a privately run blog featuring stories of the German occupation forces stationed in Denmark during World War II.
It is not meant to glorify nor condone any extreme political views but presented to you out of an interest in our common history.

A history about a war that caused trauma and death to so many innocent but only consequences to a few.

Please enjoy my latest articles below


The story of Hans-Hermann in many ways represents the the fate of German youth in the years 1933 - 1945 ...
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Gerhard was born in 1914 in the city of Wagstadt (today Bílovec) located in the part of the Czech Republic, ...
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Fritz was born in 1902 and came from the German city of Schlitz in Hesse. Fritz was not married and ...
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Carl came from Munich where he was born in 1902. As a teenager, Carl experienced the consequences of war and ...
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August was born in the year 1906 and was married to Elfriede. The couple resided in Trautenau / Südetenland and ...
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The cover: German soldiers of Infanterie-Regiment 489 marching in the Danish city of Slagelse.
Photo taken late summer 1940 by a soldier in the 269. Infanterie-Division.