- Soldbuch grouping to Obergefreiter Paul Uhlig. First issue from February 1941. Uhlig served for four years as a military driver, ending the war with Kraftwagen-Transport-Regiment z.b.V. 628. He was awarded the Romanian crusade against communism award, as well as the KVKII mit Schwertern. Other interesting entries include the Führergeschenk and several (Walther) pistols. The Soldbuch is in a very good and complete condition.
- Added to the Soldbuch are his Wehrmacht-Führerschein and his KVKII award document. The latter is a very nice example, stamped by the Generalquartiermeister of the Oberkommando des Heeres, and hand signed by General Eduard Wagner. Exactly three months after this signature, on the day of the famous 20 July plot, Wagner arranged the flight that took Claus von Stauffenberg from the Wolfsschanze back to Berlin. As the Hitler assassination attempt had failed, Eduard Wagner soon realised he would be arrested and committed suicide on July 23rd, 1944. The document is in very good condition, folded, not punched.
Driver Soldbuch grouping with Eduard Wagner signed KVK2
- Product Code: DR027