Papers Please! Excellent WWII German Heer (Army) Soldier’s served Gebirgs Jaeger Regiment 144 Documents And Letters As A POW! Certified. document & ID group to Max Ascher, who lastly served Gebirgs Jaeger Regiment 144. Ascher was born in 1918. His 1st style Arbeitsbuch was started in 1936. He worked with horses until he was conscripted 30 August 1939. Also includes his girlfriend’s 2nd style Arbeitsbuch. Luiza Brill’s Arbeitsbuch was started in 1938, and last entry was 1944, when she worked at a leather and textile firm. Ascher was awarded the War Service Cross 2nd Class for Combatants, 14 November 1941, when he was an Obergefreiter with Kl.Kw.Kol. f. Betriebs Stoff 7-173. It is signed by Generalmajor Rudolf von Buenau, as assistant to the commander of Infantry Division 73 (He was nammed commander in November). He had been awarded the Knight’s Cross in 1940, and went on to win the Oak Leaves in 1945. Ascher was awarded the Russian Front Medal, 10 September 1942. It is signed by a Lieutenant and the ink stamp is from the 173. Ascher was awarded the Krim Shield, 1 November 1942. The document has the facsimile stamp signature of GFM von Manstein, and the ink stamp of Armee Ober Kdo. 11. Lastly, Ascher was awarded the Black Wound Badge on 24 July 1944 (earned 12 July). The award was made by a staff doctor at military hospital 1-619. At the time, Ascher was a member of 1 Company Gebirgs Jaeger Regiment 144. The 73rd Infantry Division had fought at Kertsch in March 1944, and was destroyed at Sewastopol, May 1944. In June 1944, Gebrigs Jaeger. Regiment 144 was by Moldau, not far from Sewastopol, so makes sense he had been transfered. Also included are two feldpost letters. The one dated February 1944 is from Kraftfahr-Kompanie Infanterie-Divisions-Nachschub-Trupp 173. The one sent 30 July 1944, is from the military hospital. Lastly are 3 Russian POW letters from 1947. He was a prisoner by Moscow. 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 originally “picked” from Germany! DO Not Miss This! OUTSTANDING AND COMPLETE! RARE!