- Wehrpass grouping to Sanitäts-Unteroffizier Martin Bauer. First issue from November 1939. Bauer was a dentist in daily life, and served in medical units after he was called up in March 1940. He spent over three years with a Kranken-Kraftwagen-Zug of the 268. Infanterie-Division. He followed the steps of the 268.ID in the East, until the division was dissolved near Mogilew in November 1943. During this long time on the central sector of the Eastern Front, he was wounded once and earned four awards: the EKII, the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz, the Ostmedaille and the KVKII mit Schwertern.
- After the destruction of his old division, Bauer was sent to the newly erected 362. Infanterie-Division in Italy, November 1943. After some time as occupation troops on the Tyrrhenian Sea, the 362.ID saw action against the Anzio beachhead in February 1944, then entered a fighting retreat through Tuscany, the Apenines, Firenze, Bologna, to the Po river, surrendering to the Americans. Martin Bauer survived the war.
- The Wehrpass is a 100% complete and in excellent condition. It comes with his Sanitäter Personalausweis, and a very uncommon "Arbeitsdienst-Pflichtenheft" with portrait photo in RAD uniform.
Sanitäter Wehrpass 362.ID Italy
- Product Code: DS039
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