Wehrpasses

 
WW2 German Army Organization Todt Wehrpass Dienstbuch

Army Wehrpass and Organisation Todt Dienstpass for Albert Karch, born 18 September 1900, Nüssbach.  He was a married brick layer ‘s helper in civilian.

The was started 24 November 1937, when he registered for the draft.  It shows his Erkennungsmarke as 2 Company Bau Batl. 151. 

The Wehrpass cover is stamped Heer in red ink for Army.  The swastika is inked in, indicating the Wehrpass was used as identification after war’s end.


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WW2 German Wehrpass ID

Wehrpass for Wilhelm Herrmann, born 17 April 1896, Saarbrücken.  He was an engineer in civilian.

The Wehrpass was started 28 April 1942.   The cover has the swastika inked in, indicating it was used an identification after WW2.


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WW2 German Army Wehrpass for Theodor Breidenbach WW1 Service

Army Wehrpass for Theodor Breidenbach, born 2 March 1896, Herweg.  He was a miner in civilian.

The Wehrpass was started 24 January 1938.   The cover (with tape repair to the spine) is stamped, Heer, in red ink.


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Wehrpass for Kurt Thormeyer, born 22 February 1905, Kölleda.  He was married.

The Wehrpass was started in Berlin, 4 April 1940. 


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Army Wehrpass for Edgar Schaefer, born 6 February 1893, Berlin.  He was married and a self employed salesman.

The Wehrpass was started in Berlin, 5 July 1937. 


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Army Wehrpass for Wilhelm Hennig, born 29 August 1894, Wismar.  He was married and a type setter.

The Wehrpass was started in Berlin, 9 October 1940. 


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