German apprentice's document? Help required.

Discussion in 'Germany' started by big ned, Apr 21, 2010.

  1. big ned

    big ned Junior Member

    Hi Guys,

    Can anyone please help by telling me what this document folder is about? I thought it might be to do with an apprentice at a factory involved in aircraft manufacture, but really i know very little about it!! Any advice or enlightenment will be much appreciated!!:)

    Cheers, Ned.

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  2. big ned

    big ned Junior Member

    Sorry Guys, i forgot the cover!!! Here it is.

    Thanks again, Ned.

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  3. Heimbrent

    Heimbrent Well-Known Member

    It's an apprenticeship contract.
    Doesn't say with what company exactly, but it's stated that the employer was the "Bevollmächtigter des Reichsluftfahrtministerium für das Industriepersonal und Kommandeur der Fl[ieger]Tech[nischen] Vorschulen" (that would be something like plenipotentiary of the Air Ministry for industry personnel and commander for Fliegertechnische Vorschule (Pre-training prior to actual technial flight school)[FONT=&quot].[/FONT]
    Apprentice was Heinrich Schmidt, notary was Carl Paqué, from Ottweiler, Saar (that's also what the embossing says).
  4. big ned

    big ned Junior Member

    WOW !! That's fast!! Thanks Heimbrent, that's just what i needed to know!!

    Kindest regards, Ned.
  5. Smudger Jnr

    Smudger Jnr Our Man in Berlin


    Kate has explained well the card and as far as I know, the only aircraft manufacturer in Bremen was Focke Wulf, which had their factory where the current Regional airport is situated, indeed the runway was belonging to the factory, just like Bae at Samlesbury and Warton in Lancashire.

  6. big ned

    big ned Junior Member

    That's great!! Cheers Tom!!

    Regards, Ned.

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