LOT RARE WWII NAZI GERMAN COLLECTION 16 ITEMS PC ETC

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  • Item Category: Militaria & Weapons
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Nov 11,2010
  • Channel: Online Auction

LOT OF 16 SPECIAL WWII NAZI GERMANY RELATED HISTORICAL ITEMS

(Note for regular buyers: I decided to stop to sell item by item. I don’t have time anymore. So from now on you will see more and more lots from my archive on a very reasonable price).

LOW STARTING PRICE: 4 DOLLARS PER ITEM. 16 X 4= 64

THIS LOT (16 original items) CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING:

1) Postcard WWII that was not usual to send during WWII due to the political controversial emblem: the Edelweiss flower was the symbol of Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS Gebirgsjäger, or mountain infantry, worn as a metal pin on the left side of the mountain cap, on the band of the service dress cap, and as a patch on the right sleeve. The slight difference that was made is that Edelweis was the correct spelling and Edelweiss (2 x s on the back) was anti-nazi in Germany . Very much searched after people, so the Edelweis flower was not that wanted by the General public

WITH 2 Hitler stamps Deutsche Reich 24 JULY 1943

2) 4 ORIGINAL PHOTOS

PERIOD: WWII

CITY: POTSDAM , GERMANY

HIGH QUALITY

3.5 X 2.8 inch

3) VERY RARE SET STAMPS (3 connected) MEMORIAL BATTLE OF THE BULGE

MASSACRE OF 19.000 AMERICAN SOLDIERS BY THE NAZI GERMANS

WWII BASTOGNE . STAMPS ARE MADE IN 1950 TO INAUGURATE THE FAMOUS MEMORIAL IN BASTOGNE

THIS IS A RARE BLOCK HAVING THE MEMORIAL ON IT AND WITH THE 3 LANGUAGE VERSIONS: French, Flemish, English, AND THE OVERPRINT IS UPSIDE DOWN. Perfect condition, gum untouched

4) VERY RARE SET STAMPS MEMORIAL BATTLE OF THE BULGE

Same as above but this is TO INAUGURATE THE FAMOUS MEMORIAL IN BASTOGNE . THIS IS A RARE BLOCK HAVING THE US SHIELD ON IT AND WITH THE 3 LANGUAGE VERSIONS: French, Flemish, English.

SPECIAL: the overprint is upside down !!! perfect condition, gum untouched

5) Postcard stamped in 1941

Heldendenkplatz (Hero's memorial place) Wien ( Vienna )

Stamped with Swastika & Eagle

Photographic card

6) HAPPY PENTECOST DAY (after Easter)

POSTCARD WWII. STAMPED WITH SWASTIKA & EAGLE

DATE STAMP 8 MAY 1940

7) Marriage announcement of Nazi German soldier

Stamped with (RED!=rare) Swastika & Eagle

10 August 1940

8) Wish postcard send in envelop by Nazi German Soldier WWII

Stamped with paper stamp Deutsche Reich and RARE stamp of KRIEGS WHW (Winter Hilf Werke) = Charity during winter for the poor, instituted by Adolf Hitler

Swastika is present on stahlhelm stamp

9) 4 RARE WWII NAZI GERMAN CARDS

THE GIRLS OF ADOLF (RAD) BY HANS RETZLAFF (Official and only photographer of Adolf Hitler)

1942-1944 WWII

(RAD REICHSARBEITSDIENST)

Copper plate print technique

Photographer: Hans Retzlaff, famous photographer during the Nazi German time, producing photos for all kind of Nazi German projects (HE WAS THE ONLY PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHER OF ADOLF HITLER, so all photos you know from him as pr are from him). After the war his work became priceless at auctions. “From the life of the Arbeitsmaiden”

Size: 4.1 x 5.9 inch. Not used. Guaranteed original.

Women played a vital role in Adolf's plan to create an ideal German Community (Volksgemeinschaft). All German girls were obliged to go to a Work Camp during WWII, to do their “tour of duty”. Mostly about a year. They were “trained” to be perfect German girls, perfect housewife… they had to be “real” German. Hundreds of camps in Germany followed the same program, from washing, farming, sports to political lessons, cooking, mountain climbing and so on. Many were proud to be “drafted”, others didn’t want this obliged role of Hitler. And who was in camps at the end of the war had bad luck! Many where killed

10) 4 very good taken photos by a Nazi German soldier during WWII

Bombed building in Paris , Gun of tank and destroyed landscape, officers on table at red cross, soldier and ...

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