WW2 German Woman's RAD Photo Album, ID Card and Wo
WW2 German, young woman's RAD photo album, identity card & workbook.
Initially set up in 1935 to make young people between the age 18 and 24 work for the Reich, using a military theme with Nazi ideology.
Reichsarbeitsdienst (Reich Labour Service, abbreviated to RAD) was a compulsory service for young men & women, during WW2, to provide support for the Wehrmacht armed forces.
This small group of items belonged to a young girl who joined the RAD in 1940.
Consisting of her album, dated September 1940, which holds over a hundred b/w photographs depicting her time at the RAD Camp.
It also has in the front a four page Hitler Youth pamphlet instructing on how to construct a wooden toy.
With the album is her RAD identity card with her photograph and Nazi rubber stamps inside, and also her Workbook.
All in a very good condition, the RAD ID book has an old tape repair.
Album size, 270 x 190mm.