54-paged military ID issued in 1937 to a 42 year old with entries up to 1944. The ID indicates the holder as being from Munchberg and working in a factory in civilian life. He was called up as a draftee in 1943 and 1944 into the Landwehr. The pass also indicates that he entered active service at 20 years old on 01 January 1915 (during the First World War) and served until 16 November 1918 as an infantryman. Page 23 of the book also shows him as having received the Iron Cross Second Class, but no date is provided. Pages 28 and 29 show him as being called up for military exercises on 19 April 1936 for one week. Page 36 shows his re-transfer into the Landwehr on 03 May 1944. Several pages record his leave with ink stamps and dates. The front of the Wehrpass is stamped "Heer". On the inside back cover is the following stamp:
1. Meldepflicht im Kriege: Innerhalb 48 Stunden statt 1 Woche;
2. Wehrpflichtige der Erfahrereserve II und Landwehr II stehen in Wehrüberwachung;
3. Jeder Wehrpaßinhaber muß dauernd schriftlich erreichbar sein.
1. The duty to report in times of war: within 48 hours instead of one week;
2. Conscripts in Reserve Class II and the Homeguard II are subject to call-up at any time;
3. Every holder of a military ID must be reachable by post at all times.
There are entries on 15 of the pages.