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Rare prison correspondence for Jewish family Cohn (documents were together, same last name, so I'm assuming the same family) arrested in Berlin and sent to Plotzensee and Tegel prisons. Many documents, with permits to visit, sentencing, belongings, etc. The most unusual is a certificate assigning a Rabbi to his pastoral care: "Der Rabbiner Joseph versieht weiterhin die seelsorgerische Betreuung fuer hier einsitzende Untersuchungshaeftling mosaischen Glaubens." / "Rabbi Joe continues to provide pastoral care for the understated remand prisoner of the Mosaic faith." Most documents relate to Polly Cohn, but also Martin and Leo. In addition there are a few Litzmanstadt Ghetto unused documents. The date of arrests vs the date of the documents show that they were imprisoned for several years (1937-1940) at least. I didn't find matching names and bithdates in the Holocaust database, so hopefully they somehow survived the war.
US$799
Documents for Jewish prisoner Heinz "Israel" Blumenthal, arrested in Berlin and sent to Plotzensee and then Moabit prisons. There are documents from sentencing, incarceration, and transfer, as well as a visit from his wife Margaret. Due to the Nuremberg Laws, all Jewish men had to use "Israel" as their middle name to mark them as Jewish in correspondence, so all documents refer to Mr Blumenthal as Hans "Israel" or H.I.
US$499
Feldpost cover from civilian member of the Volkssturm being trained in Wetzlar, with long contents. "It is very cold here. We were out doing battle practice all morning... the stupid thing is the barracks have no heated rooms... tactics, always tactics, are the main thing here. The busines is very nice, with almost all former officers with very few exceptions.[more on their excercises and what they eat]... Our service ends Sunday and we get to travel home early Monday morning...I don't know if you are getting any of these letters. There is no mail here...greetings and kisses from your Daddy."
US$199
Bayerisch Freiwilliger Regiment 14, FP #3007, Grodno, Litauen / Lithuania and then later in Suwalki. Cover with contents (in German). As listed in ArGe Deutsche Feldpost 1914-1918, Borlinghaus, p.598. Scarce Grenzschutz Ost original feldpost cover.
US$199
Original, period, Real Photo RPPC showing revolutionary machine gun guards under cover in a Berlin graveyard (not the name plaque and burial mound at left) during the Kapp Putsch in March of 1920. By Michaelis of Berlin, signed in the negative at bottom.
US$199
Feldpost from 3. Kp Versuchs Regiment / 3rd Company Test Regiment unit working at the earliest stages of the V2/A4 rocket program. With filled file hole-punch
US$199
Real Photo RPPC of German Nationalist People's party / Deutschnationale Volkspartei (DNVP) members representing their faction at the 1919 Nationalversammlung in Weimar / Weimar National Assembly. (See Wikipedia on the right-wing group). Used with Weimar Versammlung stamp set and FDC event cancels.
US$199
A Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) photograph of Panzerkampfwagen (PzKfw) aka a tank with Regierungstruppe / Reichswehr / Freikorps in Berlin during the violent Strassenkampf or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$189
Lightweight postcard sent from the famous siege of the Austrian army at Przemysl, Poland during WWI. A bit worn, wrinkled, as per scan -- these were all made of lightweight paper to pack as much as possible into the airplanes flying through the siege.
US$179
Feldpost postcard from German forces in China during the Boxer Rebellion. Expertized Bothe BPP reverse; scarce Petschili provisonal usage of the Reichspost Ganzsachen/ postal stationery entire card.
US$179
Lightweight postcard sent from the famous siege of the Austrian army at Przemysl, Poland during WWI. A bit worn, wrinkled, as per scan -- these were all made of lightweight paper to pack as much as possible into the airplanes flying through the siege.
US$159
Feldpost cover from Panzerschiff Deutschland with the 11. Spanien Verband / 11th Spanish Assembly of the German Navy. From 1936 until 1938, the German Navy, along with land and air forces (The Condor Legion), were sent to support Franco's Fascist Falangists (Spanish Phalanx of the Assemblies of the National Syndicalist Offensive / Falange Espanola de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional Sindicalista) in the Spanish Civil War / Spanischen Buergerkrieges. The Nazis were apparently excited to be able to try out many of their new weapons in combat. This combat included the carpet bombing of Guernica, which, in addition to killing scores of people, inspired the anti-war masterpiece by Pablo Picasso.
US$149
Photo of the Regensburger Freikorps stationed in front of the Army Museum in Munich during the May fighting surrounding the general strikes and Communist uprisings during this period. Excellent, sharp photo of the unit with their gear.
US$149
Local hand-printed Feldpost postcard from German forces in China during the Boxer Rebellion. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans.
US$149
Feldpost cover from FPN40083, a Finnish volunteer with the kommandierender General der deutschen Luftwaffe in Finnland to his girlfriend, with long contents mostly in Finnish, but with it seems a note in German to be given to the Bauverwaltung / building administration in Rovaniemi.
US$149
Original, period, Real Photo RPPC showing the Barricade on Langestrasse in the 1919 Berlin street battles ('Strassenkampf') for control of the city and country. By Michaelis in Berlin, signed in the negative at bottom.
US$139
German WWII Netherland legion 'Germanischen SS in Nederland' document, unused. An inviation from the leader of the SS Standart 3 in Amsterdam to the Germanic SS 1943 Christmas program. Very unusual.
US$129
Feldpost from Danish volunteer with Grenadier-Regiment 919.
US$129
Feldpost postcard from German forces in China during the Boxer Rebellion. A bit worn, toned. Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans.
US$129
Feldpost postcard from German forces in China during the Boxer Rebellion. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans.
US$129
Feldpost cover from Panzerschiff Admiral Scheer with the 10. Spanien Verband / 10th Spanish Assembly of the German Navy. From 1936 until 1938, the German Navy, along with land and air forces (The Condor Legion), were sent to support Franco's Fascist Falangists (Spanish Phalanx of the Assemblies of the National Syndicalist Offensive / Falange Espanola de las Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional Sindicalista) in the Spanish Civil War / Spanischen Buergerkrieges. The Nazis were apparently excited to be able to try out many of their new weapons in combat. This combat included the carpet bombing of Guernica, which, in addition to killing scores of people, inspired the anti-war masterpiece by Pablo Picasso.
US$129
Postcard lot of the German Navy ship SMS Goeben in Turkey; the first shows sailor Bruno Eilitz with Turkish sailors from the Issa Reiss. Group of five postcards and one photo. All worn, some creasing, as per scans. A scarce group.
US$129
German WWII Netherland legion 'Germanischen SS in den Niederlanden' document, unused. I believe this is a subcription/donation for Fallen SS_men (form the black border). Size is ca. 5.25inx7.45 inches (Octavo or hardback-book-sized).
US$119
Feldpost sent in Munich during the Communist 'November' Revolution which took place after the monarchy abdicated.
US$99
Feldpost postcard from German forces in China during the Boxer Rebellion. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans. Sent to Berlin with receiver and handstamp cachet (lower left) then forwarded on to Strassburg.
US$99
Feldpost cover from Schwadron Ost-Reiter-Abteilung 580, with blue Junkers Luftpost (LuPo) permission stamp. A bit worn and roughly opened at top, as per scans.
US$99
Red Cross illustrated lettersheet with cover (very rough, as per scan from Koenigliche-Preussisches Festungslazarett / Royal Prussian Fortress Hospital, with handstamp of same. From Very early in the war, Sept 14, 1914.
US$99
US postal stationery card preprinted all-over advertising for Durant's Counting Machines, upfranked and sent to Germany. A bit worn, as per scans.
US$99
Feldpost postcard from German forces in China during the Boxer Rebellion. A bit worn, Bedarfserhaltung / commercially used condition, as per scans.
US$99
Feldpost cover from Kommando 1. Kosaken-Division.
US$99