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Anyone who can help me with this name and nr?
Family/surename is Klose, and nr. is 584540 i think...?
The name of person i dont know?

What can we find out on the web/books about this (offiser)?

Thank you for any help here!:p
 

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Gebrig, I can't help you with either the name or the history of that P-38, but I have to tell you that is a really amazing little piece of history!
 

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Jippi - got an answer from Switzerland on Waltherforum...

Gebrig, I can't help you with either the name or the history of that P-38, but I have to tell you that is a really amazing little piece of history!
The Weapon probably belonged to a Unteroffizier ( short From Uffz.) Klose;

Unteroffizier means literaly "Subofficer" (mostly called Non-commissioned officer or NCO in english speaking countrys) ( underoffiser pa norsk )

the number is a "Feldpostnummer" (=military field mail); 58454D would trace back to the "Festungs-Grenadier-Regiment 862" part of the 274th Infanterie-Divison, located in Stavanger, Norway.

stay save and enjoy your gun!
 
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