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Wehrpass Militärpass Gefreiter Artillerie Nachrichten 1914-1918

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Justus Krüger, Lance Corporal Artillery and Intelligence WW1

1) WW1 “Militärpass”. Cover loose (in fact it has two covers).
2) Wehrpass, 24.5.38. With pass photo.

Entitled to: Iron Cross 2nd Class (15.10.1915).
Krüger (born 1894) served (as volunteer) 1912-1917 with Feldartillerie-Regiment 11, a field artillery unit. Active in WW1: till Aug.1914 at the western front (Liege, Namur), Sep.1914 transferred to the eastern front (northern and middle Russia for example Rawka, Kutno, Lemberg, Pripjet, Pinsk, Riga, Kowel, Styr). May.1917-Dec.1918 he served with several Prussian intelligence units (Nachrichten-Ersatz-Abteilung 17, Aug-Oct.1918 Kraftwagen-Fernsprech-Bauzug 2949, Oct.1918 transferred to Nachrichten-Abteilung 8, etc.). His occupation after WW1 was “Rottenführer” of the Reichsbund (National War Veteran organisation). 1938 he was called-up for one month army training (as a driver) at an intelligence unit. He was not called-up for service in WW2.

Weight 0.10 kg

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