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Award documents Leutnant adjutant 62.Armierungs-Bataillon EK1

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Wilhelm Wlecke, Leutnant Adjutant Armierungs-Bataillon (=units for building trenches, bunkers, roads etc. at the front).
1) Iron Cross 1st Class, 24.3.1918. Temporary issue. EK1 awarded on 6.3.1918. Signed by the CO of Armierungs-Bataillon 62, Major. Heavily used condition.
2) Wound Badge in Black, 24.6.1918. Signed by the CO of the “Generalstab XVIII.Reserve-Korps”, Oberstleutnant. Rare printed issue.
3) Wound Badge in Black, 24.6.1918. Signed by the CO of Armierungs-Bataillon 62, Major. Heavily used condition.
4) Hindenburg Cross for WW1 combatants “Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer“, 6.5.35. Issued by the Landrat in Minden.
5) Two postcard sized photos.

He served 1918 as adjutant of Armierungs-Bataillon 62 under command of the 18.Reserve-Korps. After WW1 (1935) he was a teacher living in Rehme.

Weight 0.05 kg

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