Misc. ID’s 2

 
WW2 German Miscellaneous ID's, Reichaarbeitsdienst für die weibliche Jugend ID RADwJ Luftwaffenachrichtenhelferin

Small set of Reichaarbeitsdienst für die weibliche Jugend ID’s for Gertrud Rohrberg.  She was born 10 May 1925 in Dortmund.  This ID never had a photo and lists her as serving in Harpstedt Camp 174, since 5 July 1944. Harpstedt is south of Bremen and north of Hamburg.  Her rank is Arbeitsmaid Dp.  She was issued one complete gas mask.

WW2 German Miscellaneous ID's, Reichaarbeitsdienst für die weibliche Jugend ID RADwJ Luftwaffenachrichtenhelferin

This Reichaarbeitsdienst Pflightausweis für die weibliche Jugend for Gertrud Rohrberg was started 6 October 1943. It shows she completed her RAD service, 28 February 1945.  On the right side, it shows her RAD service from 5 July 1944 to 4 August 1944, then she served with the Luftwaffe 5 August 1944 until 28 February 1945.  He final rank was Arbeitsmaid.

WW2 German Miscellaneous ID's, Reichaarbeitsdienst für die weibliche Jugend ID RADwJ Luftwaffenachrichtenhelferin

There are five additional documents.  Her release from the Reichsarbeitsdienst allows her train passage to Dortmund.  It has the Luftwaffe Feldpost 51274, which is for 25. Kompanie Luftnachrichten-Regiment 223. They were an air raid unit (Flugmelde Kompanie), posted to Grafeld bei Fürstenau, again south of Bremen.

Another slip identifies her as a RAD Arbeitsmaid in the service of Luftnachrichtenstelle Dortmund Fliegerhorstkdr.4-IV, 2 April 1945.

Tere are two special travel permits for her from March 1945.  One she traveled to be treated at the special hospital in Oldenburg. The other she could travel wearing civilian clothing and not her RADwJ uniform and was going from Munster to Dortmund.

Another special ausweis from the RAD allowed her to travel from 25. Kompanie Luftnachrichten-Regiment 223, to her family in Dortmund, 4 January 1945.

Interesting small set for an end of the war female RADwJ Arbeitsmaid serving with the Luftwaffe.

$65

Small ID and paper set to a worker at I.G. Farben, Frankfurt-Hoechst.  Heinrich Ferdinand Wilhelm Giebel was born in 1887, and worked at the I.G. Farben facility in Frankfurt-Hoechst from June 1918 until at least the last entry, January 1940.

There are Reichspost books and an ID to another son.  (He had 4 children) There are 2 death certificates for their 4 year old son, born 1938 and died 1942. No cause of death is listed.

The 3 Feldpost letters  dated 1944, are from his wife’s brother, who writes from 4 Leicht Kranken Kriegslazarette Abt. 605.

The 1st style Arbeitsbuch is in excellent condition.  It has both the hand written entry for I.G. Farben and the two ink stamped entries. 

I have neither seen nor owned other paper work for an I.G. Farben employee.

$100

WW2 German Arbeitsbuch IG Farben Frankfurt Hoechst 1940
WW2 German Arbeitsbuch IG Farben Frankfurt Hoechst 1940
WW2 German Arbeitsbuch IG Farben Frankfurt Hoechst 1940