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  • The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz
  • The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz
  • The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz
  • The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz
  • The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz

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The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz

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The Wehrpass & Driver’s License of Martin Völtz

Wehrpass 52 pages, extremely fine condition & Driver’s License, extremely fine. Martin Völtz, born 12 of April 1912 in Berlin, a German citizen of protestant faith, unmarried at time of issue. He was trained as a machine manufacturer and graduated from a post-secondary institution. He worked as an engineer. His parents were Johann, a member of the press, and Anna, nee Grobel, who died in 1937. He underwent military inspection at the army office of Berlin’s 8th district on November 17th 1939. He was deemed fit for duty. Stamped in Berlins 8th district on the 17th of November 1939
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