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Lot documents Oberstleutnant commander Wehrmeldeamt Aalen 1936-1947

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Franz Wittkowsky, Oberstleutnant Military District Office commander

  • 1) Hunting license „Inländer-Jahrsjagdschein“, 13.5.36. Issued in Calw. With pass photo.
  • 2) Document for prolongation of his hunting license, Strassburg 1.4.44. Valid till 31.3.45.
  • 3) Military obligation statement „Verpflichtungsschein“, Calw 5.9.36. Stamped by military district office Rastatt.
  • 4) War vaction permit, 24.12.41. From Wehrmeldeamt Aalen where he was the commander. His rank is Major.
  • 5) Two military train tickets „Kleiner Wehrmachtfahrschein“, 20.11.44. For traveling from military hospital in Strassburg to Oberndorf for medical recovery. His rank Oberstleutnant. Living in Hirsaw.
  • 6) Permit from forestry Hirsau that Oberstleutnant Wittkowski can collect wood from the forests in Altburgerberg and Lützenhardt, 20.11.45.
  • 7) Permit for transporting his furniture and household goods from the French to the British zone, 18.3.47. Moving from Hirsau to Buxtehude.

Born 1889 living in Hirsau-Calw as an inspector. In WW2 he is the commander of the military district office in Aalen, 1941 in the rank of major and later Oberstleutnant. 1944 he is hospitalized in Reserve-Lazarett Strassburg.

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(D22337)

Franz Wittkowsky, Oberstleutnant Military District Office commander

1) Hunting license „Inländer-Jahrsjagdschein“, 13.5.36. Issued in Calw. With pass photo.
2) Document for prolongation of his hunting license, Strassburg 1.4.44. Valid till 31.3.45.
3) Military obligation statement „Verpflichtungsschein“, Calw 5.9.36. Stamped by military district office Rastatt.
4) War vaction permit, 24.12.41. From Wehrmeldeamt Aalen where he was the commander. His rank is Major.
5) Two military train tickets „Kleiner Wehrmachtfahrschein“, 20.11.44. For traveling from military hospital in Strassburg to Oberndorf for medical recovery. His rank Oberstleutnant. Living in Hirsaw.
6) Permit from forestry Hirsau that Oberstleutnant Wittkowski can collect wood from the forests in Altburgerberg and Lützenhardt, 20.11.45.
7) Permit for transporting his furniture and household goods from the French to the British zone, 18.3.47. Moving from Hirsau to Buxtehude.

Born 1889 living in Hirsau-Calw as an inspector. In WW2 he is the commander of the military district office in Aalen, 1941 in the rank of major and later Oberstleutnant. 1944 he is hospitalized in Reserve-Lazarett Strassburg.

Weight 0.05 kg