- Letter informing the widow of Funker Bruno Siebert from Berlin that her husband was executed for desertion ("Fahnenflucht") and document forgery ("Urkundenfälschung"). The execution took place in the Berlin-Spandau prison on 17th of March, 1945, three days after his conviction. The document was signed by an employee of the Korpsgericht im Wehrkreis III in Berlin-Charlottenburg.
- Bruno Siebert was executed by a "Fliegendes Standgericht". These flying court martial units were created only on 7th of March 1945 by Hitler's orders.
- Siebert is listed on the Volksbund grave database, he rest today in the Dallgow-Döberitz-Engelsfelde cemetery.
- A4 Sized, folded, good condition.
Letter on executed soldier Berlin 1945
- Product Code: DQ023