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Rare paratrooper grouping to Feldwebel Georg Wyzenkiewicz serving with Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 5 and Luftlande-Sturm-Regiment.
Certificate to Luftwaffe Paratrooper Badge. Issued on 1.8.1941. Facsimile by General der Flieger Gustav Kastner-Kirdorf.
Certificate to 1939 Iron Cross 2nd Class. Rare A4-type. Issued on 11.11.1941. Facsimile by a Generalmajor. Also, a document confirming the award of the Iron Cross 2nd Class. Issued on 12.12.1941.
Certificate to Wound Badge in Black. Issued by Fallschirmjäger-Regiment Goslar on 27.1.1942. Signed by an Oberstabsarzt. A small piece of the right upper corner is missing.
Certificate to Ground Assault Badge. Issued on 21.1.1943. Hand-signed by General der Flieger Kurt Student, Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves winner.
Certificate to AFRIKA Cuff Title. Issued on 1.5.1943. Hand-Signed by a Major.
Certificate (confirmation) of award of the 1939 Iron Cross 1st Class and 1939 War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords. Issued by Fallschirm-Genesenden-Bataillon 3 on 12.4.1945. Hand-signed by a Hauptmann Schmitt.
Confirmation that he can wear his private pistol "Mauser" even during military service. Issued by Fallschirm-Genesenden-Bataillon 3 on 26.1.1945. Signed by an Oberleutnant.
A letter from Hauptmann Schmitt to him. He congratulates on the award of the 1939 Iron Cross 1st Class and 1939 War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords. Dated "10.4.1945. Hand-signed by Hptm. Schmitt.
Fallschirmschützen ID card. It was issued in Stendal on 27.6.1941. Orignal applied photo.
Lufwaffe Fallschirmjäger 12 original photos. Five photos show heavyweight champion Max Schmeling and a shot of a Luftwaffe Knight's Cross winner.
Four Luftwaffe documetns relating to his service as a paratrooer and a letter from the NSDAP Orstrguppe Essen. Also, a post-war disability card due to his war wounds and a paratrooper veteran's medal (dated "1976").
Signs of use. Good condition 2.