Interesting set to Dr Schilling Voss.
Soldbuch from WW1 shows an interesting service starting in Husaren Regiment 9 he fought at Arras in 1914 as well as other trench battles, after he was sent for flight training and ending in a Pilot School as an Officer with: Offizier Flieger Funker Abteilung Warschau . Where as a Pilot he won the Iron Cross First Class!
This would not be the end of his flying!
An ID for the German Air Sports Association was issued to him in March 1934 in Berlin.
Included in this lot:
- WW1 Soldbuch
- WW2 Wehrpass
- Passport with visas for France and Belgium
- SA Sports Badge Document – SA in Berlin 1935, with photo
- German Air Sports Association ID with Photo
- Hunting Licence for 1923
- Copy of his Berlin ID 1946
- Work related Documents
- 5 DLRG Membership IDs one with photo
- Personal ID for the Siemens & Halske AG Berlin in 1946 as a leader of the department
- German Air Sports Association Box
- German Air Sports Association Cap Badge – Meybauer Berlin, plus two minatures.
- Pilots Wings DVL – (Flugzeugführerabzeichen des Deutscher Luftsportverband). Constructed of dark blue wool twill, bearing a machine-embroidered silver aluminum wire insignia in the form of dual wings with a wreath and central black-threaded mobile swastika, unmarked, measuring 125 mm (w) x 25 mm (h), in unissued and near mint condition.
- Three Pilot Pins
- Five Diverse other
Very nice set, the insignia is quite rare also never mind knowing the story of the owner who was in the first batch in the DVL! Number 64!!