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Wehrpass Book
Wehrpass Book
Wehrpass Book
Wehrpass Book
Wehrpass Book
Wehrpass Book
Wehrpass Book
Note Dachau stamp
Wehrpass Book
Note Dachau and Sachenhausen stamps
Wehrpass Book
A Wehrpass for a KZ Camp Guard (Item CAMPS 2-1)

DESCRIPTION:This is the standard German army pass and pay book. This one was issued to a Herr Leopold Domarbauer. Late in the war standard army Wehrpasses were issued to Waffen SS men. The pass has the standard eagle and swastika on the front and under that is a stamp with the runic insignia—SS under this is a stamp of the unit he was assigned to and in this case it is the SS Totenkopf-standarte who provided the Guards at the various internment camps throughout Germany and other European territories. Leopold Dormarbauer was born in Germany, we won’t give much more information about that just in case he might be being sought and accused of being a camp guard now that we have a legal precedent  of a camp guard being prosecuted and condemned in a star chamber court. Case in point! The 91 year old John Demjanjuk.  He went through 30 years of trials. There was no evidence of his so-called crime but the prosecution based its argument on the presence of the native Ukrainian at a camp saying that this fact alone says he was a participant in the killing of inmates. Even at his trial in Israel he was exonerated but in ‘democratic’ Germany he was convicted because they contend “he was there”!  Doesn’t this summon up a dangerous precedent? Will the hundreds of guards participating in guarding such infamous torture centers like Abu Ghraib? They won’t have to have been one of torturers; they could be convicted and sentenced for mere fact that they were there. Can anyone with the blessing of rational thinking actually deny this very plausible possibility?

So with that in mind we will proceed to offer this Wehrpass for historical purposes. But we will not disclose who we received it from. Suffice it to say that this collector is now deceased and no longer can be harassed and pursued by such malevolent rodent-like individuals such as Neil Sher, the disbarred lawyer who was fired for embezzling within the structure of the office of Special investigations, a dark star chamber group of operatives whom Americans should be cleansed of.  We don’t need a KGB or NKVD here. In the middle of this Wehrpas we will not show the pertinent information about the man so that his family will not be harassed. So you can know that there is a page with all of this information but we will not show it. This can be bought by any of our Germanophile customers but it we don’t know you, then you can’t buy it. 

The cover of the book is the standard Wehrpas but it has the SS runes below the word Wehrpas and there is the stamp of the SS Totenkopf Standarte. Inside the first page there is a notation KL Dachau 1937 (Concentration camp) Dachau with a stamp that has Wehrbezirk-Kommando (District Commandant Center) on the next page is his picture that is fastened with grommets. Then the next page is the one we will not show with his pertinent information.  Then comes a page with at its heading says Wehrpflichtiger and this denotes one who is subject to the draft and several other locations that he was dispatched to as a reservist. Then several pages within there is a page headed Aktiver Wehrdienst (Active Service) and in 12/12/44 he was assigned to SS lager camp Dachau and a stamp reveals that and here is another eagle center stamp that is from div. Totenkopf.  On the next page is nach IV Aktiver Wehrdienst page 12, 19, 44 – 1945 it says in a stamp 3./SS labor KB Dachau and under that is a stamp that denotes that he was transferred to the Wachbatallion Sachsenhausen 16/3 45 with anther Totenkopf stamp and a signature of an SS Sturmbannfuhrer. At the back he is shown in a section devoted to the listing of orders and honor insignia that he was a recipient of the SS Totenkopf Honor ring. This would indicate that he was a person of more importance that a mere KZ guard or that he knew someone in the SS hierarchy.

It could also be possible that other records that he performed a service to the Reich that is not indicated within this Wehrpas. The passbook is quite good condition and Herr Domarbauer had cut out a leather cover for it. Seldom does anyone find one of these to a KL guard and a guard who was at Dachau and Sachenhausen; this is a real historic treasure for a legitimate collector but definitely it is not for a malevolent stooge of the OSI.

PRICE: $590.00 to a legitimate collector and Germanophile, but we better know you!


 

 

 

 

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