An excellent grouping of paperwork belonging to a father and son. The father's paperwork consists of a Erstazreserve-Pass dated 1882 and an ID issued by the British government for living in occupied territory after the end of WWI.
The son's paperwork consists of his WWI Militarpass, his demobilization notice, an ID card for living in occupied territory, his drivers license, and a wehrpass complete with wehrpass notice. He saw combat in WWI and was awarded a hindenburg cross, but does not appear to have been called to service in WWII.
This is an excellent grouping of paperwork which contains some uncommon and seldom seen pieces.