- Published: 08 January 2012 08 January 2012
- Last Updated: 07 April 2012 07 April 2012
It moved to to the Rosalies Kaserne in Braunschweig on 4 November 1938 and later that month received its standard and the traditions of Sturm-Batl. 7 from Generalmajor Eugen Ott, Inspector in the Infantry, with the words "If you do not risk your life, you do not deserve to win your life".
On 1 January 1939 the battalion was transferred into the Luftwaffe and used to form II./Fallschirm-Jäger Regiment 1.
CommandersMajor Richard Heidrich
Sources usedEric Queen - Red shines the sun: A pictorial history of the Fallschirm-Infanterie
Reference material on this unitEric Queen - Red shines the sun: A pictorial history of the Fallschirm-Infanterie
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