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Envelope with Nazified Red Cross Propaganda Ink Stamp – from 1940£0
A good example of Nazi postal propaganda – an envelop with a Nazified Red Cross ink stamp on it exhorting the people to support the Red Cross fund.
Hitler Youth Jugendfest Tinnie 1935 – Third Reich period£0
HJ Jugendfest tinnie produced in 1935 for Hitler Youth participants in the HJ summer festival of 1935. In good condition the ‘silver’ tin is still very bright and the badge still has its pin attached. postage & packing UK – £1.00
Hitler Youth training manual – Die Kameradschaft – 1936 RARE!£0
The Nazis organized the youth into four divisions under the Hitler Youth. For boys 10-14, there was the Jungvolk, and after that the regular Hitler Jugend, for girls 10-14 the
Sud Deutsche Wocha – Nazi era Newspaper£0
Although not produced by the Nazi party the publishers have been influenced by the views of the Government and these papers published in Munich although more generalist than something like
Tag der Nationalen Solidaritat 1938 Tinnie£0
Still with original pin – some rusting of the tinnie due to its age
postage & packing UK – £1.00
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1942 Nazi souvenir postcard of German Goldmiths 10th Anniversary Celebrations£0
1942 Nazi souvenir postcard of German Goldmiths 10th Anniversary Celebrations – a duplicate from my postcard collection which is unused and in good condition.
postage & packing UK – 50p
Advertising insert from Nazi Germany£0
A 4 sided advertising insert promoting ‘approved’ books – originally distributed in picture magazines in Nazi Germany.
An unusual & interesting Home Front piece.
Concentration Camp Star of David Armband – RARE!£0
An extremely rare and original Star of David Armband.
This belonged to a Jew forced into slave labour at Gross Rosen Concentration. Fortunately he survived and I bought this Armband from his grandson after the original owner had died of old age.
This is an incredibly rare piece of Nazi wartime history.
Deutsche Arbeits Front Arbeitsbuch – Early edition£0
If you’ve not got one of these in your collection – why not?
A common form of identity book introduced by the Nazi party – the Arbeitsbücher (Employment Record Books).
Deutsche Luftwacht Magazine – 1939 original copy£0
Die Luftwacht (“Air Watch” or “Air Guard”) was a German air magazine covering the German air industry from the early 20th century to around 1944.
During the Nazi era