Published in 1939 in English by Hutchison and Co Plublishers Ltd in association with Hurst and Blackett Ltd, London.An unexpurgated edition with many illustrations throughout.Hardback.Burgandy leather Spine has crack to bottom corner.Gilt lettering and a gilt eagle with swastika to upper spine.Several pages inside have repairs to tears.Rare version.
Two photographs one that is signed by Gustavsson on 10.2.1975 and another photograph that he has written details on the back and its location of Hamburg in 1944. Included is a hand written letter by Gustavsson written on 13.1.1987
Gustavsson was Commander of 3rd SS Flak Battalion of the 2nd SS Panzer Division 'Das Reich' in March 1945. On 3rd March he was allegedly awarded the Knights Cross but there was no official award documentation to support this. However this was common this late in the war. Modern historians and reference works tend to state he was not awarded the Knights Cross but some argue he was,he was however a highly decorated Officer .
Nice photographic record of a R.A.D.(Reicharbeitsdienst) Member's service.Nice cloth bound album with wooden plinth bearing word 'Erinnerungen' (Memories) to front and a R.A.D. sleeve badge in corner.Album tassle chords intact.
122 photos of members in Barracks,on parade in uniform,training and recreation.Nice album of a Labour Service member
A 1950's reproduction of the famous artist Wolfgang Willrich WW2 collection of his drawings of SS Soldiers head profiles,some famous Officers included.12 prints and introduction foreword by Reichsfuhrer SS Heinrich Himmler.This collection comes in a nice folder with SS runes to front in metallic silver. Originals of these are near impossible to find and the reproductions themselves are very scarce.
German Army Wehrpass of Willi Finner killed on the Eastern Front on 6th September 1942.Photo missing.Comes with research and photocopies of his wound badge citation,2 memorial cards to two friends killed plus a nice replica Luftwaffe poster.
The life of the Fuhrer in pictures.Complete album in fair condition.Binding is loose in places but all pages are present however some are detached. Some tears and front cover has some dents and scuff marks.Some pages have signs of damp stains. Dated 1936.138 pages hardback.
Der Pimpf was a magazine published by the Nazis for boys particularly those in the Jungvolk.It featured adventure stories and an emphasis on propaganda.Originally published as 'Morgen' in 1935,it changed its name to Der Pimpf in April 1937.Its publication continued until the last issue in July 1944. This issue is Sept/Oct 43. 24 pages.
Carded print of Goring in his full Luftwaffe Uniform .Photo by Binder.Hermann Hillger Verlag(Publishing) Berlin.From an images folder of the German Youth book(Bildermappe der Deutschen Jugendbucherei)
Very early 'Munchner Illustrierte Presse'( Munich Illustrated Press) newspaper from the Nazi era,just five days after coming to power dated 5th Feb 1933.In very fragile condition to edges and where it has been folded.