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Waffen-SS recruiting documents SS-Lehr-Regiment Prosetschnitz

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Karl-Heinz Schmiedeskamp, Waffen-SS recrute demonstration unit.

1) Call-up fieldpost postcard for service with the Waffen-SS, 19.3.44. Including travel ID for 25.3.44 for going to 3./SS-Lehr-Regiment in Prosetschnitz near Prague.
2) Waffen-SS train ticket : Kleiner Fahrschein für die Waffen-SS“ for 25.3.44 for going to 3./SS-Lehr-Regiment in Prosetschnitz near Prague. Issued 11.3.44 by an SS-Obersturmführer of Ergänsungsamt der Waffen-SS.
3) „Abmeldung bei der polizeilichen Meldebehörde“ official notice of departure for the police district buro, 21.3.44.
4) Unsubscription in Hofgeismar for food ration cards, 21.3.44.

Born 1926 in Sulingen near Bremen living in Hofgeismar and Bremen-Grohn. He served: Mar.44 for basic training with Waffen-SS demonstration unit 3./SS-Lehr-Regiment in Prosetschnitz/Kienschlag near Prague, the SS training compounds Böhmen-Möhren.

Weight 0.05 kg

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