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eMedals-Herbert Wurm ID Document Grouping

Item: G13723

Herbert Wurm ID Document Grouping

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$300

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Herbert Wurm ID Document Grouping

Herbert Wurm ID Document Grouping: HJ photo ID (1 pg,) Arbeitsbuch (38 pgs,) and post-war work pass (1 Pg.), very fine condition overall.  Born on the 4th of December 1922 in Iserlohn in Westphalia, he joined the Hitler Youth as a teenager. June 1st 1938 he was named Comrade Unit Leader of his local 136 Iserlohn youth group. On the 9th of November 1938 he was made Troop Leader of the same group. In November of 1940 he was promoted to Junior Corporal (Oberrottenfuerher,) a title issued exclusively to members of the Hitler Youth. He then acted as a Cadre Unit Leader.  20th of July 1940 he was issued his work book (arbeitsbuch.) he was categorized to work group 23. His first work experience began in August 1940 at a metal ware factory in his hometown called J.H Schmidt & Sons, where he started as an apprentice. His arbeitsbuch was temporarily suspended for an unstated reason.  He survived the war with no account of having served active military service. After the Second World War he continued working with J.H Schmidt & Sons, dealing with sales by August 1949.
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