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This Police Service Document is made out to Johann Hirsch and describes him right down to his shoe size (44!). He was obviously an older man (born 16.8.91.) who after serving in WW1 in the Austrian army trained for and then served in the Austrian police until his death on the 14th December 1942 at the early age of 51. He had been stationed in Vienna, in Schutzpolizei Abschnittskommando II (Command Section II of the city). His 1st World War listed awards include the Silver Tapferkeit (Bravery) Medal 1st Class, The Bronze Tapferkeit (Bravery) Medal, The Wound Medal, The Karl Truppenkreuz (Troop) Cross and the Honour Cross (Ehrenkreuz fur Frontkaempfer). The Polizei Dienstpass is in really excellent condition with ALL PAGES FIRMLY STAPLED, WELL WRITTEN UP, VERY CLEAN AND UNDAMAGED (please see scans). GB Pounds 65.00 (approx. $82.00) + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
F57300
Kennkarte - 1942 - (Civilian Identity Document) for every German Citizen and an Identitaetsausweis -1946- (Identity Card) for the Allied Occupation of Austria - both for the same woman. Kennkarte (Civilian Identity Document) was the basic identity document in use during the Third Reich era, and issued to every German citizen and citizens of the protectorates 15 years and older and was expected to be produced when confronted by officials. It was first introduced in July 1938 and was valid for five years and had then to be renewed. They were normally obtained through a police precinct and had the corresponding issuing office and official stamps on them. After World War II began, Germany began issuing Kennkarten to citizens of conquered countries. This particular Kennkarte is in very good clean condition. It clearly shows the forefinger fingerprints of both hands, a nice clear photo of the lady concerned (stapled in the lower right corner) and it is very well stamped with several offici
F57287
SS Guards Kleinen Abstammungsnachweis, (proof of Aryan ancestry) excellent condition. Everyone in Germany had to document the religion and nationality at least back to their grandparents. This family history was recorded on the -small ancestry form- kleinen Abstammungsnachweis as well as on the more detailed Ahnenpass. NSDAP Gau Wien document 'Preufungsergebnis kleinen Abstammungsnachweis' / 'Short Proof of Ancestry' was the necessary proof of Deutschbluetig (arisch) / German Blood (Aryan). This Aryan section on the document entry is underlined in blue ink and left unmarked, showing that this person was of Aryan ancestry, the Mischling (mixed race) and Jude (Jew) entries are crossed out, struck through with blue ink. The document certifies that they were NOT of Jewish or mixed Jewish ancestry. This particular Kleinen Abstammungsnachweis is very interesting because it belonged to an SS Guard (SS Wachmann) -see detailed scan. The document is officially stamped and confirmed on 20th M
F57158
Kleinen Abstammungsnachweis, (proof of Aryan ancestry) excellent condition. Everyone in Germany had to document the religion and nationality at least back to their grandparents. This family history was recorded on the -small ancestry form- kleinen Abstammungsnachweis as well as on the more detailed Ahnenpass. NSDAP Gau Wien document 'Preufungsergebnis kleinen Abstammungsnachweis' / 'Short Proof of Ancestry' was the necessary proof of Deutschbluetig (arisch) / German Blood (Aryan). This Aryan section on the document entry is underlined in blue ink and left unmarked, showing that this person was of Aryan ancestry, the Mischling (mixed race) and Jude (Jew) entries are crossed out, struck through with blue ink. The document certifies that they were NOT of Jewish or mixed Jewish ancestry. This particular document dates the birth of the grandparents back to the 1820's and1830's. The document is officially stamped and confirmed on 2nd July 1943. The document is 8.25 x 11.75 ins (21.4 x
F57157
REDUCED! SA-Wehrabzeichen Ubungsbuch and SA-Sportabzeichen Urkunde Booklets with their original Protective Case. This little collection is in outstanding condition. All three pieces are in perfect order and the Urkunde is the best example I have ever seen - almost mint. The documents belonged to Gottfried Salat born in 5.6.10. His occupation is listed as working for the Reichs Finance Dept. and he lived in Spittelauerlaende when he started to work on his SA-Wehr-Abzeichen. His SA-Wehr-Abzeichen Ubungsbuch or Practice Book shows that had completed his qualifying test by May 17th 1940. On that date, the Leader of the local SA Sturm signed off on the last page of the 4 x 5-3/4 inch, 8 page SA-Wehr-Abzeichen ?bungsbuch. The 4-3/8 x 5-3/4 inch SA-Sportabzeichen Urkunde or SA Sport Badge certificate booklet of Gottfried Salat shows he scored 717 points and received his SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze on 17th May 1940. The Leader of SA-Standarte 90 in Vienna officially signed his SA-Sportabze
F57062
Death card of Corporal (Gefreiter) Franz Grill. Inf. Reg. He fell in heavy defensive fighting on the Eastern Front on the 6th February 1943 aged 22. Very good condition, 9.6 x 6.0cms. Single page card. An Angel supports a fallen soldier on the reverse. GB Pounds 3.50 (approx $4.30) + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
F57055
Death card of Corporal (Gefreiter) Hans Kulzer. Inf. Reg. He fell in heavy fighting in the Centre of the Eastern Front on the 12th November 1942 aged 22. Excellent condition, 10.5 x 6.0cms. Single page card. St. George and a Prayer on the Reverse. GB Pounds 3.50 (approx $4.30) + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
F57054
Death card of Lance Corporal (Gefreiter) Johann Woelfl. Inf. Reg. He fell in heavy fighting on the Eastern Front on 13th July 1941, aged 31. Excellent condition, 11 x 6.7cms. Single page card. Jesus (from a van Eyck painting) with Glowing Crown Enthroned on the Reverse GB Pounds 3.50 (approx $4.30) + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
F57007
Death card of Senior Lance Corporal (Obergefreiter) Fritz List. Inf. Reg. Campaigned in Poland and France. He fell on the Eastern Front on the 6th January 1942 aged 26 Good condition, 10.8 x 6.7cms. Single page card. Jesus Crucified and a Prayer on the Reverse. GB Pounds 3.50 (approx $4.30) + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
F57006
Death card of Lance Corporal (Gefreiter) Alois Bauer. Gebirgsjaeger Reg. A Bricklayer from Grub. Took part in the Balkan Campaign. He was listed as 'Missing' for five months but was declared to have fallen on 31st December 1942 at Sfinpawino on the Eastern Front, aged 28. Excellent condition, almost unmarked, 10.5 x 6.5cms. Single page card. Jesus with Crown of Thorns on the Reverse GB Pounds 4.00 (approx $5.00) + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
F57004

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