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Wehrstammbuch & Further Documents - "stalingrad Pocket" For Sale
I combine shipping Amazing and mega rare Wehrstammbuch whose holder was in the Stalingrad pocket !!!! A Wehrstammbuch is like a Wehrpass, but more rare and almost not to find anymore by collectors. It is a personnel file maintained by the German Wehrmacht to each soldier.The Wehrstammbuch mirrors the Wehrpass in
informations with the addition of places to list discipline and
evaluation. It was larger in size and also containing 45 pages like a Wehrpass. This offered Wehrstammbuch was issued to German soldier Wilhelm Trant and includes some extra documents. Here the detailed description: Page 1:name and data of soldier Trant as well as names and data of his parents. He was 18 years old and was member of the Hitleryouth from 1933 until the day when this Wehrstammbuch was issued. Stamp "War employable". Page 2 :stamp "draft to the Reich labor service" and note that he was draft to Infantery reserve battalion 156. Signed by a Rittmeister Page 3:stamp by the Reich labor service and note that he was draft on 21. October 1941 Page 4:stamp by the Reich labor service, saying that Trant fulfilled his Reich labor service duty and was released to the Wehrmacht. Page 5:stamp by the Reich labor service and notification of his release number. Page 6:stamp by the Infantery Regiment (motorized) 156, signed by a Captain and Chief of Company. Page 7:stamp print by the Infantery reserve battalion 156 and the written Feldpost number "02355 D". This was the Infantery Regiment 15 who was encircled alomg with the 6th Army in the Stalingrad pocket !!!Stamp print by the Panzer Grenadier reserve battalion 66. This is a clue that Wilhelm Trank could escape from the Stalingrad pocket and survived.Page 13:entrythat the soldier was trained with the Carbine 98 and the light machine gun 34 Page 19:several entries such as:6.11.43 - 13.11.43 - defense combats at the lower Dnieper14.11.43 - 18.2.44 - defense combats at the Kriwog Rog area in Kirowograd19.2.44 - 17.3.44 - break at the lower Ukrainian area18.3.44 - 15.5.44 - combats at the lower DnyestrPage 21:entry "15.5.44 Grenade shrapnel left elbow" - 5th Panzer Grenadier Regiment Bessarabia. This regiment belongs to the 12th Panzer Division. THIS Division was a part of the new formed 6th Army who was encirceld in Stalingrad. Page 28:entries about his size, size of steelhelmet, cap and boots Page 30:note that he has no criminal record Page 31:following handwritten note: "on 26.5.1942, three days intensive arrest, because he ...unreadable.... on 22.5.42 he shot at a comrade with a gun from a distance of just a few meters. Page 34:"Very good" stamp print by the Reich labor service as far as his behaving was concerned. Page 36:judgement about his behaving. stamp by the 2nd Infantery reserve (motorized) battalion 156. Following handwritten notes: "Spiritual very nimble and perceptive. Good behaving. Drill: very upright - Field service: sufficient - education: goodA more descent comrade, clean ideology, good comrade Page 42:promotions. He was promoted to private and first private. Page 44:medals: Trant received the Panzerkampfabzeichen and the wound badge in black. Page 45:note by the Army district command saying that Wilhelm Trant got a duplicate of his Wehrpass. You will also receive: 1. form by the Army district Command. Clarification if Wilhelm Trant must fullfil his Reich labor service. Trant completed this form and noted that he was an apprentice and employed by a drugstore since 1939. 2. form by the Police President of Wuppertal, saying that Wilhelm Trant has no criminal record. 3. promotion document by the Panzer Grenadier Regiment 66 from 11. June 1944, saying that Trant and two other soldiers had been promoted to private first class. Signed by a Lieutenant. 4. declaration, signed by soldier Trant with following text" after a careful examination by myself, there are no circumstances who could justify that I am a Jew. I was informed as far as the meaning of being Jewish is concerned. I am known that I will be dismissed summarilv from the labor service and the Army in case that this declaration is untrue"On the form is following stamp print " I am not a Jewish offspring or Jewish hybrid 1st degree (2Jewish grand parents) or Jewish hybrid 2nd degree (1 Jewish grandparent). My wife isn´t a Jewish hybrid 1st or 2nd degree.
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Wehrstammbuch & Further Documents - "stalingrad Pocket": $116