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(CS681) A Pair of German Documents to a German Medical Doctor. The first citation is a full citation for a Russian Front Medal. It is dated 1st August 1942. It is signed by a chief physician and rubber stamped. The second is a field notification citation for the Iron Cross 1st Class from 1st battalion of Gren Reg. 337 and was for action on the 14.4.1943. This like the first one, is folded once. A rare pair of citations to a doctor who would normally only qualify for the War Service Cross and not the Iron Cross. This doctor must have done something pretty spectacular to qualify for this award. The 337 Grenadier Regiment was part of the 208 Infantry Division commanded by Gen Maj Karl Von Schlieben and this division fought heavily in France, and was transferred to Russia where it was in the central sector in January 1942. It also took part in the Kursk offensive in 1943, where it sustained very heavy losses. The document shows the Doctor was wounded and sent the best along with the Iron Cross and Citation from this Grenadier Regiment where it was stated they hope he recovers quickly. A great talking piece, a grouping that has the edge. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS677) A group of 3 Award Documents from WWI to a Paul Otto Vogel. They consist of the Cross of Honour for the front line fighters, the Fredrich August Medal in Bronze, awarded on 27th June 1918, and a Keiser Huffhauser Bund Der Deutschen Landes-Kreigerverbande Citation. All citations are in nice condition, although they have been folded and show their age. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS946) A Group of Paperwork consisting of an Iron Cross 2nd Class Citation, signed by an Oberst und Stellv. Kdr.D.121 whilst he was a member of a grenadier reg. 405 attached to the 121 infantry division. This is dated 20.07.1943. There is then a Black Wound Badge Citation dated for 17.04.1943 and a Gold Wound Badge Citation dated 13.10.1944. All the citations are in good condition, though the gold wound badge citation has been folded twice into quarters. With this also is a portrait photograph of the holder and his German Labour Service Book, which has been filled in from 1933-1939. All in Very Good Condition. The grouping GBP 195.00 (UK Pounds)
(P562) A Scarce Navy Issue Spanish Cross citation in bronze without swords to Oberboatsmannsmasten Karl Wagner,The document is in overall good condition. But has been stuck to a board and framed. It has since been removed as can be seen, The document is also age staind. A total of 7869, Bronze awards were issued without swords. Scarce document to find GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)
(P563) A Luftwaffe Flak Badge Citation. The document has been stuck down to a piece of paper cut from a home and garden catalogue. The citaiton is in good conditionb and was folded this is showing some splitting. The citaiton is awarded to Gefreiten Josef Classen of the 3./Schw. Flakabteilung 344 part of the 13th Flak Division and is signed by a General Grade officer and was issued in the French section in 1943, Scarce to find GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS971) A Document Group of Two to A Hans Muthel who was a civilian employee of the German army in the Hamburg area. The first citation is for the cross of honour with swords and this was dated 21st July 1935 and signed by a police official. The second award is for the war merit cross 2nd class without swords, but it is the rare military issue to a civilian employee, issued in Hamburg on behalf of a general der infanterie. This is the A5 size and shows that it has been folded at some point, but not badly. Both citations are in very good condition with the war merit cross one rating as rare. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(M570) A U-Boat Document Group to Baron Emmerith Freiherr Von Mirbach. The documents consist of a post war British naval document, two promotion documents, one being signed by Raider and a document for qualifying as a u-boat engineer. Also comes with this a couple of other documents and the group is also partially illustrated in the book "Torpedo Los" by Gordon Williamson, being shown on pages 292-294. These items were formally in Gordon Williamsons collection. A very scarce set of documents to acquire. This officer was still alive into the late 1990's. The book also states that he was on U595 and was captured. More research can be found on the internet for this u-boat officer. GBP 600.00 (UK Pounds)
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