WW2 Era Military IDs and Related Documents
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Narkomat of the Navy Photo ID of the Chief Political Officer of the Leningrad Naval Base, issued in April 1943 during the siege. Hand-signed by the commanding admiral. A rare document in very good to excellent condition.
Killed in Action note, WW 2. Shows the name and rank of the soldier, date of birth and date of his death, and the burial place.
Missing in Action note, WW 2. The note shows the name and rank of the soldier, date of birth and month when he went missing in action.
Draft notice, early to mid 1930s.
Highest Officer School of Aerial Combat, certificate of graduation, November 1946. A highly uncommon document in ID booklet format issued to a fighter pilot. Hand-signed by Air Force General, a Hero of the Soviet Union, who commanded the school at the time.