Rare WW2 German Afrika Korps Prisoner of War Soldbuch, Insignia & Photograph Grouping 6 / Panzer-Grenadier Regiment 104, well used soldbuch belonging to Obergefreiter Erwin Huttemann. Accompanying the soldbuch is a selection of photographs mostly taken in North Africa, some with annotations on the back and also his original Afrika Korps tunic breast eagle. Edge of the soldbuch is inked with his name and service number, reverse also being inked “Camp Livingston La”. An interesting untouched grouping. The Panzer Grenadier Regiment 104 was set up in Africa on July 5, 1942. The regiment was renamed from Rifle Regiment 104. The regiment initially remained under the 15th Panzer Division. From September 1, 1942, the regiment was placed under the 21st Panzer Division. The regiment reached the Egyptian border in the summer of 1942 and took part in the battles for Tobruk. After the British counteroffensive began in late October 1942, the regiment took part in the heavy retreat. At the end of November 1942, the 13th company was handed over to the Panzer Grenadier Regiment 200. On December 4, 1942, the heavy infantry gun company (motorized) 708 was incorporated into the regiment as a replacement. The regiment reached as far as Tunis and took part in the last German offensive in Africa in February 1943. The regiment was smashed by Allied bombers on March 6, 1943. The remains of the regiment perished on the Bône peninsula or were captured. Camp Livingston in Louisiana, USA, was home to many of the Italian and German prisoners of war from the North Africa campaign.