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eMedals-Group of Naval Documents to Heinrich Krohn

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Group of Naval Documents to Heinrich Krohn

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Group of Naval Documents to Heinrich Krohn

Group of Naval Documents to Heinrich Krohn - Includes: Document for placing second in a Swimming Competition, organized by the crew of Cruiser "Elsass" (1924), signed by the Otto Schulze, Commander of the "Elsass", who later became Admiral Schulze; document for Good Performance at Ship Artillery Shooting while with the Cruiser "Hessen" (1931), signed by von Nordeck, the Commander of the "Hessen", who later became Admiral von Nordeck; Document for Good Performance st Ship Artillery Shooting while with the Cruiser "Karlsruhe" (1935), signed by Gunther Lutjens, the Commander of the "Karlsruhe" (who later commanded the "Bismarck" and went down with her) and co-signed by the 1st Artillery Officer Matthias of the "Karlsruhe", who later became Admiral Matthias; Letter of Conduct while with the Cruiser "Konigsberg" (1937); Four Years' Long Service Document while with the Cruiser "Konigsberg", signed by Admiral Schuster (1936); Twelve Years' Long Service Document, signed by the Commander of the "Konigsberg" (1937); Document for the Czechoslovakia Annexation Medal (Sudetenland Commemorative Medal), signed by the Commander of the "Konigsberg" (1939); and Document for the War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords, with a facsimile signature of Admiral Foerste (1944). One document displays staining, otherwise, very fine.
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