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I have been researching your forum's amazing help for those who have Wehrpasses, and I hope that I might find help with a document that I have.
Any help with understanding to whom this document belonged would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much!
Inside cover and page 1
Pages 2 - 3
Pages 4 - 5
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 22 - 23
Pages 24 - 25
Pages 28 - 29
Pages 46 - 47
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Allocated to the Luftwaffe, he had a practice mobilisation September 29, 1938. He was called for active service on August 26th 1939, at the airfield in Biblis. He was promoted to Gefreiter on October 1 1939, and Unteroffizier December 1 1939. He was discharged from active service apparently for medical reasons, on December 27, 1939. He saw no active service for the rest of war. He received 50 Reichsmarks discharge pay on October 27, 1941.
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1. Page 4: Drivers license class 1 (motorbikes) and 3 (cars until 2.5 t)
2. Page 5: The change of the results of the medical examinations during the years:
1937: bed. tauglich = bedingt tauglich = limited suitability
1940: gv. Heimat = garnisonsverwendungsfähig Heimat = employable at a garrison in the homeland
1943: kv. = kriegsverwendungsfähig = fit for employable in war
3. Page 11 and 22: Active duty from August 26th 1939. Promoted on Oct. 1st 39 to "Gefreiter", the lowest enlisted men rank. But only two month later on Dec 1st to "Unteroffizier", the lowest NCO rank, BUT a jump of four ranks within the rank structure! And there is no hint/information that he attended a training course for future NCO´s.