- Wehrpass to Dr. Karl Drechsler, a doctor from München. Fighting with the Infanterie-Leib-Regiment in WWI, he was called up again by the Wehrmacht in August 1939. Drechsler would serve until the end of the war with medical units, and was promoted up to the officer rank of Stabsarzt (equal to Hauptmann). The main hospitals he worked in were located in Radom and Kielce (Poland, 1939), in Mézières, Carbonne and Paris (France, 1940), and then after catching jaundice in Bulgaria, 1941, he was allowed to stay in the Heimat, working in the Heeres-Sanitäts-Staffel of Bad Tölz and München. He was awarded the Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer and the KVKII mit Schwertern.
- Wehrpass in very good and complete condition. Comes with one extra document. Notice the Feldpost unit stamps of Heeres-Sanitäts-Staffel München used until September 1945 by replacing the swastika with a red cross.
Stabsarzt doctor Wehrpass
- Product Code: DP031
- Availability: In Stock