(D1059) A German Army Death Card to a Luftwaffe man named Theodor Auer who died in hospital 7/3/44. A head and shoulders more pictures of the recipient in civilian clothing In vgc GBP £4.50 (UK Pounds)
(R156) A German Memorial Card to a Franz Seibold, being a member of the SS Totenkopf Regiment. The card shows him in his SS uniform with his skull collar patch wearing an iron cross 2nd class. It also says he is a member of the SS totenkopf division and holder of the iron cross 2nd class, the general assault badge and ost medal. He was killed in action on the 6th September 1943. I have managed to track him down on the German war graves commission and enclose a copy with the memorial card. Scarce to find, especially a verified one. GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)
(J1002) A German Death Card to a Max Wanniger an Obergefreiter in a Gebirgsjaeger Battalion. He was killed in action on 24.4.42 aged 31 and was killed in the East. There is a nice photograph of him wearing the mountain troops cap with eidelweiss and wearing also the infantry assault and wound badge. Vgc.
(J1004) A German Death Card to an Unterofficer Josef Schrobenhauser who was in the Artillary Regiment. He was killed in action on the 24.10.44. He was holder of the iron cross 2nd class, east medal, wound badge and Crimea shield. The photograph shows him in army uniform. Vgc.
(J1005) A German Death Card to a Feldwebel Johann Renoth who was in the Mountain Troop regiment. He was killed in action on 2.10.44 in Russia. He was holder of the iron cross 1st and 2nd class, the infantry assault award, the russian front medal, wound badge and kuban shield. The photograph shows him in army uniform. Vgc.
(J1006) A German Death Card to a Leutnant and Batl. Adjudant Karl Brandl. He was killed in action in the East at the age of 23. He was a member of the Luftwaffe Ground Force and was holder of the iron cross 2nd class and storm badge. Vgc.
(J1860) A Nice Memorial Card to a Gottfried Dentmeier. The card shows Gottfried in military uniform wearing a side cap. He was a Panzer Grenadier and holder of the iron cross 2nd class. He was killed in action on 21/8/44 in the East. Nice to get one to a panzer soldier.
(J1861) A Nice Memorial Card to a Josef Ortner. The card shows he was killed in action on 23.1.43 in Tunisia and lists him as a jaeger in a mountain troop regiment. There is a German war graves commission print out that confirms all this. It is rare to find a memorial card to a member of Rommels Afrika Corps and a mountain trooper at that!
(J1870) A Nice Memorial Card to a Johann Reiter who was an Obergreifreiter in an artillary regiment. The memorial card shows a head and shoulder photograph of Johann wearing a cape of some description. The card also states he died of wounds received in March 1942 and died in April 1942. Nice unusual card. It also comes with a German war graves commission print out confirming these details and showing he died in Russia. £7.50 (UK Pounds)
(K890) A Memorial Card to a Josef Scheuerecker who was a Geifreiter in an artillary regiment who was killed in the east on the 8th April 1942 at the age of 21. The card shows him in a parade tunic. The card is in nice overall condition.
(K891) A Memorial Card to a Franz Mayer an Obergefreiten in a grenadier regiment, who was killed in action on 17th January 1945 at the age of 20, on the Italian front. The card shows him in army uniform wearing a side cap.
(K1340) A Memorial Card to Ludwig Wurzer Auerbach who was holder of the Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Wound Badge in Gold. He was killed in action at the age of 22. He is shown in an army tunic wearing his cap and has a dark green ribbon on his tunic, which may well be a medal for the Ostvolk. A scarce card to find.
(N322) A WWII Death Card to a Alois Holner who was K.I.A in Italy 17.12.1943. With the card comes a print out from the German War graves Commision. This shows he is buried in Italy Alois Holner was A Obergefreiter in a Flak unit and holder of the Wound Badge
(R157) A German Memorial Card to an army unter-officer in an infantry regiment, his name is Paul Wierschem. He was a holder of the iron cross 1st and 2nd class, as well as the infantry assault badge, Russian front medal, Krim shield and wound badge. There is a more pictures of him on the card and they have added his iron cross ribbon, infantry assault badge and iron crosses to the pictures, a common practise, when there were no up to date photographs. A nice card to a highly decorated soldier. GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)