Kleine Zahnstation d.Lw.
- Published: 05 April 2012 05 April 2012
- Last Updated: 07 April 2012 07 April 2012
by Henry L. deZeng IV
Each of these had a total of 4 dental officers and an unknown number of other personnel (dental assistants, dental hygienists, clerks, etc.). The total number of the small dental clinics ranged from approximately 39 to 59 during the war. None of them is known to have received its own Feldpost number so they were probably attached to Luftwaffe hospitals, field hospitals and base dispensaries. Those identified are:
1/I, 2/I, 3/I;
1/III, 2/III, 3/III, 4/III, 5/III, 6/III (Apr 45 Hamburg/N Germany), 7/III (1944-45 Stavanger/Norway), 8/III (1945 Oslo/Norway), 9/III (Sep 44 Kraków/Poland), 10/III, 11/III (1942-43 Oslo/Norway), 12/III (Apr 45 Bremen/N Germany), 13/III, 14/III, 15/III;
1/VII (1944 München-Neubiberg), 2/VII (1944 Böblingen), 3/VII (Nov 43 Abano/NE Italy), 4/VII (1943-44 Italy);
1/VIII, 2/VIII, 3/VIII, 4/VIII, 5/VIII, 6/VIII;
1/XI (Apr 45 Hamburg-Blankensee), 2/XI (Apr 45 Goslar), 3/XI (Apr 45 Aalborg/N Denmark), 4/XI, 5/XI, 6/XI, 7/XI (Apr 45 Wolfenbüttel);
1/XII (Oct 44 Frankfurt/M.), 2/XII (Jul 44 Nürnberg), 3/XII, 4/XII, 5/XII, 6/XII, 7/XII, 8/XII (Nov 43 Morlaix/NW France);
1/XVII, 2/XVII, 3/XVII, 4/XVII (Jul 44 Athens/Greece), 5/XVII, 6/XVII, 7/XVII, 8/XVII.
KStN: 5411 (L).