Personal ID – Apprentice Ott – Siemens (Schaltwerk) – Berlin 1945 – S-Bahn Ticket Berlin 45! (Sold)
Apprentice at the Siemens-Schuckertwerke AG (Schaltwerk) in Berlin-Siemensstadt.
Ott was an apprentice with the German electrical engineering company Siemens. The Schuckert works in Berlin concentrated on the manufacture of material for the war industry such as munitions to large aircraft motors.
It is unclear what happened to Günther Ott during or after the war, his work identification was used to enter the Siemens facility in Siemensstadt. Ott’s time card shows that he was permitted to enter the so-called Schaltwerk. He was also issued with an identification to use the Berlin S-Bahn system.
The identification card was issued in the early months of 1945 to essential workers as the train system was not running ist usual time table. To board the train there was a requirement to have an ID issued by your place of work, Ott’s permit was issued on 25.01.1945 at the Schaltwerk in Berlin Siemensstadt.