Grouping ambulance driver Panzerschule Putlos 1945
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Willy Danneboom, WW1 combatant / WW2 Wehrmacht truck and ambulance driver / Panzer shooting school.
1) WW1 military pass, 27.10.1918.
2) Wehrmacht drivers license, 19.1.45. Special class added by the commander of Schiessschule der Panzertruppen in Oldenburg on 23.2.45 for driving in ambulance trucks (Genesenden-Kraftfahrzeuge).
3) Document with ambulance truck driving course results, 15.2.45 (and 22.2.45 at the back). Schiessschule der Panzertruppen Putlos. Heavily used condition.
4) Booklet “Geschichte des Panzerschiessplatzes Putlos”, history of the tank shooting compound at Putlos. Heavily used condition. Starting with page 3 (cover missing?).
5) Wehrmacht permit for wearing the Red Cross armband, 7.4.45.
6) POW certificate of discharge, 1.3.46. Heavily used condition.
Born 1899 living in Aurich as a tax inspector. Short WW1 service Sep.1918-Mar.1919 with the artillery units Feld-Artillerie-Regiment 15 and Feld-Artillerie-Regiment 67. Called-up again at the end of WW2 (probably late 1944) and was till Jan.45 schooled as a truck driver at Kraftfahr-Ausbildungs-Abteilung 10 based in Hamburg-Alsterdorf. Feb.45 he was schooled as an ambulance truck driver at “Stabskompanie Schiessschule der Panzertruppen” (tank army shooting compound) based at Putlos. Apr.45 he served as an ambulance truck driver with Kraftfahr-Ersatz-Bataillon 10 also based in Hamburg-Alsterdorf (Apr.45 renamed Kraftfahr-Abteilung 10 because it was used for active service the last month of the war).