- Wehrpass to Gefreiter Bruno Kunze. He was trained as a driver and after passing through the StuG-Ersatz-und-Ausbildungs-Abteilung 300, he joined Sturmgeschütz-Brigade 311 in September 1944. Figthing on the Eastern Front, the Brigade ended up defending the "Festung Breslau", supporting the 269. and the 17. Infanterie-Division with their six remaining Sturmgeschütze. Kunze appears to have survived the war and likely surrendered to the Russians in the Festung. He was awarded the SA Sportabzeichen and the Reiterabzeichen prewar.
- Notice his extensive training on page 21, and especially the extra pasted in list on page 13, mentioning a Panzer-Nahbekämpfung training.
- Wehrpass in used but good and complete condition. It comes with a few extra papers, including his Wehrpass-Notiz and an excerpt from his Strafbuch, with an interesting entry saying he tried to fake a leave permit for the city of Tours (France) in 1944. He was lucky to get only 3 days of custody for this.
StuG Wehrpass - Festung Breslau
- Product Code: CK402
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