Wehrpass and award document grouping to Unteroffizier Johannes Künneke. Called up in July 1939, Künneke served the entire war with the same division: the 96. Infanterie-Division, fighting on the Western and Eastern fronts. He was mostly with Infanterie-Regiment 287 (later Grenadier-Regiment 287), but also with the divisional reconnaissance unit, Füsilier-Bataillon 96, for some time in 1943 and 1944. The 96.ID fought mostly on the Leningrad and Wolchow fronts, but later also in the Ukraine and Hungary, ending the war in Austria. For his long activity as an MG gunner with the 96.ID on the Eastern Front, Künneke was awarded the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz, the Eisernes Kreuz 2. and 1. Klasse, and the Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen in Silber.
The grouping consists of:
- Wehprass, first issue from May 1936, in very good and complete condition, with four awards and great battle entries from 1939 all the way to 1945.
- Award document for the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz, November 1941, by a doctor of Reservelazarett Spremberg.
- List of 2 Sturmtage attributed in 1943, hand signed by his Kompaniechef Oberleutnant Christoph Magawly, Knight's Cross winner and DKiG. Folded, not punched.
- Award document for the Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen in Silber, August 1944, hand signed by the divisional Adjudant. Folded, torn on the edges, not punched.
- Award document for the Eiserne Kreuz 1. Klasse, August 1944, hand signed by Generalleutnant Richard Wirtz, DKiS. Folded, not punched.
- Birth certificate, 1935.
96.ID Wehrpass & Citation grouping, EK1
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