Rare set of 2 documents issued to an ethnic German from Lithuania in 1944. This man, called Otto Lankert was born in Kalwaria (Lithuania) and was a Volksdeutscher or ethnic German who was given a job in the Wehrmacht by the Volksdeutsche Mittelstelle or VoMi (Coordination Centre for Ethnic Germans), that was responsible for the eployment of that population of the German Reich.
One is an Entlassungsverfügung or quitting order of the job he was given after having completed his duty in March 1944. The other one is a document where it is stated that this man is employed by the VoMi in February 1944 until March 1944.
Both documents are in perfect condition, with ink stamps and signatures of SS officers.
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