Karl Ulber, born in Vienna, May 28, 1923. Joined the German army in October 1941 and trained as a paratrooper, but was sent to Russia in October 1942 to fight partisans in the Smolensk region. In March 1943 his regiment was sent to the front near Massejenki to counterattack the Russian army. He also saw action in France and Italy before being taken prisoner in 1945. He was released in March 1946 and returned to Vienna.
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