Papers Please! A WWI Soldier Is Drafted Into Service Again During WWII Excellent Group Of Documents And Photos Certified. Wehrpass and Document Set for Heinrich Neustedt, born 7 August 1897, Bürgdamm. He was a business manager in civilian. The Wehrpass was started 13 May 1943, Bremen. The cover is stamped Heer in red ink. The symbol on the cover is partially inked in, so he obviously used it as an identity document after 1945. The pages are complete, but are loose from the cover. He had a Class 3 civilian driver’s license. He was drafted for military service, and was classified Landwehr II, 13 May 1943. He served in WW1 from 10 May 1916 until 30 March 1919, and had trained on a 98k. He was awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class 2 September 1918, the Black Wound Badge 5 June 1918, and the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants 25 March 1935. His WW1 service was on the West Front, 13 November 1916 to 27 July 1917, and from 4 May 1918 to 27 December 1918. He was discharged at the demobilization, 31 March 1919. He had been a Schütze with 2 Company Infanterie regiment 31 Altona. He had been injured by being buried (trench? artillery?) 27 July 1917. The Black Wound Badge document awarded to Musketier Heinrich Neustedt, 5 June 1918, as a member of 1 MMaschineGunn Company Infanterie Regiment Graf Bose (1 Thuringen) 31. With ink stamp and signature of the Major and Commander. The War Service Cross for Combatants document awarded to OG Personalamtsleiter Heinrich Neustedt, OG Industeriehafen Bremen. Awarded 27 Oktober 1944 and has a facsimilie signature of General der Flieger Wolff. This would have been a position in charge of personnel working in the industry-businesses in the Bremen port. Also includes a small 2.5 x 3.5 photo of what sure looks like him in an Armyuniform as a private. These are excellent for teachers and researchers. During de-Nazification much of this type of material like so many WWII documents was destroyed. in good condition. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. The Gettysburg Museum of History does not support or condone Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Party and is only offering this as a historic relic. Please see our other items. Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. An outstanding document group originally “picked” from Germany! DO Not Miss This! OUTSTANDING HISTORIC! RARE!
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