Document grouping to Stabsgefreiter Philipp Kraus from Ludwigshafen, who served with the DAK in Africa, avoided captivity and continued to serve until the end of the war. The grouping includes:
- Panzerkampfabzeichen in Silber award document, while serving with the Generalkommando of the DAK in May 1942, with "Deutsches Afrikakorps" stamp and great hand signature by Generalleutnant Walther Nehring, Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords. Punched and torn from the punch holes, not folded.
- Two portrait photos of Krauss, one postcard sized while with Inf.Rgt.115 (later Schtz.Rgt.115, part of the 15.Pz.Div. in Africa), one very large with awards including the tip of his PAB.
- More than ten extra documents including his POW Discharge document, Feldpost letters, a document confirming he last served as a Stabsgefreiter with Pz.Jg.Abt.715 of the 715.ID, and more details on his 4.5 long years in Russian captivity: he spent most of this time in POW camps in Stalingrad!
DAK Document grouping - PAB Silver
- Product Code: DZ034