Foreign volunteers in German service,unclear wich nation exactly,but could be Don Cossacks
Leaflet dropped by “Nationalkomitee Freies Deutschland” during the final days of the battle in Koenigsberg
A real piece of history,dropped by the Red Army during the battle/encirclement of German troops in Kowel.Red army propaganda saying there is no way out,to end it as fast as possible to stop fighting and the loss of soldiers….
Its a brought back home item a former German soldier found during the battle of Kowel.
A leaflet,dropped by American troops during the time of the Ruhr encirclement1945
2 ID´s,both from Festung Breslau,issued to Oberleutnant Horst Benecke,who belongs to Battallion Seybold (issued 19.03.1945),the other says he belongs to Regiments Gruppe Seybold,Regiment Mohr and he was the leader of Battalion Seybold (issued 22.04.1945).
Both documents are signed my Major Seybold.
someone glued them on a piece of paper to save them to stay complete…
According to the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1,here we have a diary of a German Leutnant,written from 1916 till 1918
Documents of surrender of the Heeresgruppe G.This lot has many infos about the end of the Heeresgruppe and how it all should go after the surrender.It has a list of Germans soldiers and officers,a signed document of the Oberbefehlshaber of Heeresgruppe G,General Westphal and some permission documents!
Leutnant Hans Kloes
Last known unit: Sturmgeschützabteilung in Kurland
Beeing captured : 08.05.1945
Last message: 20.11.1945
Name of his P.O.W camp: Borowitschi Lager 7270/3
Date of death: 10.05.1946
Reason of Death: Lung infection
The documents below contains several letters from his mother,searching him,
finding out where and if he died.
Another documents are from homecoming german soldiers,wich had been asked by a notary
about how he dies and where.
Other contents are from the Red Cross and the “Deutsche Dienstelle”