This cinderella encourages German citizens to be careful, the enemy is listening (pst / Feind hört mit!).
This cinderella features a soldier with the phrase “DEIN VORBILD: UNTEROFFIZIER IM HEER!” (Your role model: Sergeant in the Army)
These labels were used by German Army Intelligence to seal correspondence.
These cinderellas were issued by the Feld-Luftgau-Kommandos XXX (Air District Command XXX) at Feldpost number L53040.
These cinderellas were issued in June 1944 by a flak unit, Stab gemischte Flak-Abteilung 645 (v) [Headquarters staff of mixed Flak unit 645 (v)], near Königsberg on the northern part of the Eastern Front, at Feldpost number L34622.
These cinderellas were issued by the Nachtjagd (night hunter) and Sturmjäger (storm hunter) Associations operating under the code name Air Signals School 5 at Bindersleben Air Base, Erfurt, Germany, on approximately 4 April 1943.