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  • A First War Prussian Document Grouping to Lieutenant Nölle
  • A First War Prussian Document Grouping to Lieutenant Nölle
  • A First War Prussian Document Grouping to Lieutenant Nölle

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A First War Prussian Document Grouping to Lieutenant Nölle

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A First War Prussian Document Grouping to Lieutenant Nölle

The first document is a preliminary certificate for the Iron Cross 1st Class. It is dated to March 4, 1918 and signed in purple crayon by Major General and Commander of the 33rd Reserve Division, Kuno von Barfus (1858–1923).

It was issued to Lieutenant of the Reserve Nölle (no first name is given), who was part of the Staff of the 33rd Reserve Division. The second document is a certificate for the Wound Badge in Black. It is dated to May 30, 1918, and carries a facsimile of von Barfus. (C:142)

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