Looks like civil issue of the Glycine Deutches Heer model. Casing the movement A.Schild 1130.I would say early 40's timepiece.
Fab. Suisse on the dial might indicate that it was produced for the US market.Not sure about the US import regulations and necessary marks on movement at that time.( jewel count, import code, country of origin... )
The more common surfacing models in the market are the military type of this watch as below:
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