The Wehrpass shows overall normal signs of wear. It's still solid and complete with all pages. Unfortunately the portrait of Alfred is missing and the Wehrpass has been denazified. Pages with intersting entries have been scanned by us. It belonged to a Alfred Mannz who first served in the Reichsarbeitdienst before serving within 1.batterie Artillerie Regiment 260. With this regiment he saw combat in Russia where, in Februari 1942, he got wounded. He then spent 1,5 years in the 2.Genesende batterie artillerie Ersatz und Ausbildungs Abteilung 215 before he was relieved on 26.8.1943 (See the 'Entlassungsschein'. For his wounds he was awarded the Verwundetenabzeichen in Silber and he also was awarded the Ostmedaille. According to the Wehrpass Alfred was qualified to operate the Gew.98 and le.F.H.18 (leichte Feldhaubitze 18).