- Wehrpass and award document grouping to Unteroffizier Leonhard Nunner, who was killed with Schützen-Regiment 63 of the 17. Panzer-Division on the Eastern Front in 1942.
- Nunner was drafted into the 11. Kompanie of Infanterie-Regiment 63 in November 1937. He saw action in Poland 1939, in Belgium and France in 1940, and on the Eastern Front. Originally serving with the 27. Infanterie-Division, his regiment was motorised in October 1940 and became part of the 17. Panzer-Division as Schtz.Rgt.63. He also served for a year with the divisional Kradschützen-Bataillon and always stood in the heart of the action. He was awarded an early EKII after the French campaign, the EKI after only 1.5 months into the Russian campaign, and later also the Panzerkampfabzeichen in Bronze and the Ostmedaille. The early Austrian annexation medal adds to a total of five awards.
- The Wehrpass is a very early first issue from June 1936, and is in perfect and complete condition. It comes with the following documents:
- Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 13. März 1938 award document , facsimile signed by Staatsminister Otto Meissner.
- EK2 Award document for actions in France 1940, signed by Generalleutnant Friedrich Bergmann, commander of the 27.ID, DKiG, KIA 1942.
- EK1 Award document for the first phase of the Russian campaign, Zweitschrift issue signed by Hptm. Schmidt, Adjudant to Generalleutnant von Arnim.
- Ostmedaille award document, 1942.
- Heldtentod document signed by his Kompanieführer in June 1943.
- Document from Wehrmeldeamt Augsburg accompanying the Wehrpass sent back to the family.
- Condoleance letter with original signature of Lambert Friedrichs, Kreisleiter of Ingolstadt - Pfaffenhofen and former major of Dachau.
17.Pz.Div. KIA EK1 winner Wehrpass & docs
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