- Document grouping to Leutnant Karl Hackl, built around four award documents. He served as a reconnaissance officer in the 262. Infanterie-Division: with Aufklärungs-Abteilung 262, Schnelle Abteilung 262, and also with Panzerjäger-Abteilung 262.
- Eisernes Kreuz 1. Klasse, December 1941, signed by DKiG winning Generalleutnant Edgar Theissen.
- Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz, signed by his Abteilungskommandeur Leopold von Winning, also a DKiG Träger. Issued for a wound in the area of Kiew, Ukraine in August 1941.
- Sturmabzeichen, also signed by DKiG winning Generalleutnant Edgar Theissen.
- Ostmedaille (preliminary document), 1942.
- Furthermore, his Führerschein, a recommendation and a promotion document are included:
- Document from April 1945 recommending him for an assignment as Abteilungs-Kommandeur. By then, Hackl had been promoted to Rittmeister (equal to Hauptmann), and was serving with Aufklärungs-Abteilung 142, part of the 42. Jäger-Division during the final battles on the Italian front near Belluno. Likely he commanded this unit when surrendering to the British.
- Wehrmacht-Führerschein, issued without photo in 1942.
- Promotion document to Leutnant, 1941.
- The award documents are all in used but good condition, folded once and not punched.
Award document group Leutnant 262.ID, Italy 1945
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