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WWII German ID / PAPERS

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    Kennkarte ID Papers, Arbeitsbuch (Workbook or employment record) & DAF Mitgliedsbuch (Nazi trades union)

    De-nazified Kennkarte & DAF Mitgliedsbuch

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    Interior Kennkarte issued to Austrian woman from Linz, Donau (passport picture removed). You can clearly make out the owners fingerprints on this

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    Interior DAF Mitgliedsbuch (Nazi trades union)

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    Inter DAF Mitgliedsbuch membership dues stamps

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    Arbeitsbuch run of the mill sample - not that well filled out but in excellent condition.

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    Interior Arbeitsbuch

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    Heer Wehrpass & Heer Soldbuch to follow tomorrow - in the meantime if anyone has similiar please include them here.


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  • Wehrpass issued to Grenadier Hebert Klawun, 24/2/1924 to 11/2/1942

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    Kennkarte & Arbeitsbuch & WehrNummer, erkennungsmarke (Dogs Tags)

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    Details & Photo

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    History in different units

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    Trained on the K98 & MG28P

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    Killed in Bessarabia (Formerly Romania occuppied by Russia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Molotov-Ribbentrop_Pact#Soviets_take_the_Baltics_and_Bessarabia then Germans) 2 days after d-day

    '8/5/1944 Gefallen 6 Grenadier Regiment'

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    Condolence letter returning the book to his family, including wartime photo.

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  • Heer Soldbuch

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    Soldbuch to Stabsgefreiter Gerlich Art Abt (mot) 637 - Order & dates of promotion Gefreiter/ Obergefreiter / Stabsgefreiter (Staff Lance Corporal)


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    Different Artillery Regiments
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    Additional contents in back cover
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    Staff Appointment Form Brest Litovsk 27/3/1944

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    Marching Orders

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    Winner of KVK2 with Swords 19/4/1942 & Russian Front Medal (Medaille 'Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/1942' 15/8 1942)

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    The rest of the images are here :

    http://s287.photobucket.com/albums/ll135/zwanzig_photos/Soldbuch/




  • Hi

    Im quite interested in these items. I couldn't really make out how many you have.

    What kind of price are you looking for?




  • Interesting post.

    Are they yours? How did you come across them?




  • Blue_Wolf wrote: »
    Hi

    Im quite interested in these items. I couldn't really make out how many you have.

    What kind of price are you looking for?

    I don't think they are for sale if I understand Morlar correctly.

    Also, if someone wants to sell collectibles he/she would have to post an ad on www.adverts.ie first. He/she may then crosslink to the ad here (see sticky section on top of the forum).


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  • Nope they are not for sale - but you can pick those sort of WWII documentation items up at militaria fairs around Ireland or online.

    Some were got in the Gorey fair last year and a couple from a northern dealer but you also see them at the Teachers Club fair or North Star fairs in Dublin every couple of months.

    At a fair you get to physically inspect the items first though they are usually slightly more expensive but you can probably haggle prices down a bit.

    Online there are lots of reputable dealers with reasonable prices to choose from. Here are a few recommendations ;

    http://www.klaus-butschek.com/ **
    http://www.janssen-militaria.com/

    Also the for sale seciton of wehrmacht awards forum, not to forget the highly regarded Detlev Nieman site :

    http://www.detlev-niemann.com/en/

    Maybe check out 'The Armourer' magazine in Easons for some adverts of UK/EU based dealers too.

    ** Careful with the spelling


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