Germany 1918 - 1945 Important SS / "Hitlerbewegung" document grouping
Important document grouping to SS-Scharführer Walter Krischeke. Krischke, born in Austria, was a very early Austrian NSDAP member. He joined the NSDAP - known as "Hitlerbewegung" on 24.12.1931.
He served as a SS-Scharführer with SS-Sturm 10/37 (based in Linz, Austria) and was transferred to Standarte "Deutschland" and to Standarte "Der Führer".
Every single document part of this grouping is worth mentioning however we will have pictures do a big part of the description here.
Part of the grouping is a rare early Austrian NSDAP (Hitlerbewegung) membership booklet. Original attached photos. Signs of use and age however all pages complete.
Nice SS ID card with original photo. Stamped "37.SS-Standarte". Signed by an SS-Sturmbannführer.
"Sturmbann II/SS 1" issued SA Sports Badge award card. Original attached portrait in SS uniform with "SS1" collar tabs. Red DAF Gau Oberdonau ID card to Krischke as a "Kreiswart". Two "SS-Beitrags-Quittungskarte" cards. Sturm 10/37 and 5.SS "D" issued. Several other SS "Deutschland" related documents as well as a SA achievement booklet with SS portrait photo. A 1934 dated red permit confirms he is allowed to wear the "Alte Kämpfer" chevron.
One 1933 dated document confirms that "10 Stück SS-Nadeln" (10 SS lapel pins) were sent to SS-Sturm I/I/52 which is quite interesting. It comes with the actual order of the pins (they original ordered 15).
Award certificates for the SS 4 years Long Service Award and the SS 8 years Long Service Award. Both extremely rare documents. Folded once. 4 pages. There is separate document stating that is prohibited to wear a Heer Long Service Award and asks to wait for the correct SS medal. Award certificate to the Austria Medal together with a letter (and a confirmation card) which was sent with it. It is 2./SS "Der Führer" issued and signed by the chief of I./SS "Der Führer". He was awarded the Westwall Medal on 26.4.1945. There is a very late award document part of the grouping issued at the "Führerhauptquartier". Not folded. Original ink signature. DIN A5.