Document grouping to the WW1 and WW2 veteran Justizinspektor Peter Fuchs. He served as an Unteroffizier with Stab I.Abt./1.Feldartillerie-Regiment during WW1 and as a Vizefeldwebel with 1. Königl. Bayer. Feldart.Regiment.
Certificate to the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class issued on 27.12.1916. Fuchs served as an Unteroffizier with Stab I.Abt./1.Feldartillerie-Regiment.
4-page award document for the 3rd Class Bavarian Military Merit Cross with swords. 22.2.1916 issued.
Full color certificate to the "Deutsche Ehrengedenkmünze des Weltkrieges". Certificate for the Bavarian "Goldene Hochzeits-Erinnerungsmünze". Issued in 1923. Certificate for the Kyffhäuser War Medal.
Certificate to the Hindenburg Cross of Honor including the rare application document "Diese Bestätigung ist aufzubewahren!". A red legitimation document by the "Kanzlei der Kriegserinnerungsmedaille including other documents.
Certificate for the 25th Faithful Service Cross (1938) including document announcing the award ceremony on 30.4.1938 at the "Repräsentationssaal des Justizpalastes".
Furthermore an original imperial photograph of him in uniform and a small 1943 dated photo which is supposed to show Fuchs as an officer during WW2. We can not proof it is definitely him. There was a photo album once. Part of this grouping is a copy of one page of the album.