BILDER TATT AV TYSKE SOLDATER I NORGE 1940 - 1945

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Grave at Lillehammer

The back of the pictures reads in old Südderlin writing: Herbert Usling(?), Lillehammer, Norway. The field post number shows him as a member of MG-Btln 13 who died at the battle around Lillehammer on 22.4.1940.
Anyone knowing the church and if the graves are still there or if not, the new location?

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Filename:Usling3.JPG
Album name:chattius / MG-Batallion13 - pictures froma diseased neighbour
Keywords:war-grave / MG-Btln13
Sted/Place:Lillehammer
Tidsrom/Time-date:22.4.1940
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Date added:Jul 04, 2013
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teggan   [Jul 05, 2013 at 02:00 AM]
This looks very much like Lillehammer kirke (church). But the surname is a tricky one. Since it says Usling, I think it could be deliberatly miswritten. Because the word usling, can litterarly be translated to treator in Norwegian. And I can't find anyone with this name listed. If you could scan the name and take a closer look at it, it might help. If he was burried, as the church shows he would most likely be moved to Alfaset in Oslo.
chattius   [Jul 07, 2013 at 10:30 AM]
Ussling Herbert | Unteroffizier | geb.18.11.1914 Castrop-Rauxel | gef.22.04.1940 Lillehammer | Oslo-Alfaset, Block C,Reihe 8,Grab 6 | Quelle: Volksbund Gräberdatei

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