Documents & Magazines
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Rare Nazi Newspaper – Gegen England (Against England) published 1944£0
Very unusual item. This is a wartime broadsheet ‘newspaper’ aimed at building the confidence of German troops based on the western front/atlantic wall prior to the D-Day invasion (marine front
Signal Magazine – Nazi Propaganda Magazine from 1941£0
In a War of Words, Signal was a most effective weapon which the German propaganda experts succeeded in putting to maximum use. The magazine had a significant impact on the
Signal Nazi Propaganda Magazine April 1941£0
In good condition for it’s age this is a very collectable example of the notorious Nazi propaganda magazine Signal.
A nearly folio-sized magazine it reached a maximum circulation of 2,500,000
Third Reich Arbeitsbuch with Reich Eagle cover£0
Later edition from 1940 for a German male, Max Schaffranietz aged 28 who worked for the Deutsche Reichsbahn before he presumably was drafted into the forces.
Has a Reich
Third Reich Era ‘Wille Und Macht’ – Will and Power Hitler Youth Leaders Booklet£0
Original copy of ‘Will & Power’ from March 1941.
Published by the Nazi party and authored by Baldur Von Shirach head of the Hitler Youth this was a regulary printed
Third Reich Era Die Wehrmacht Magazine – in good condition£0
Launched by the Nazi party Die Wehrmacht was a German Military magazine, which was published from 1936 to 1944 to serve German Reich propaganda purpose.
It promoted the newly formed
Third Reich Era Duetsche Kurzschrift Illustrierte Magazine – Dec. 1939£0
A Nazi Christmas Special of this magazine produced for stenographers in Hitler’s Third Reich.
Lavishly illustrated with photographs reflecting a range of Nazi themes – often military – although the
Third Reich Era NSKOV Magazone – Deutsche Kreigsopferversorgung 1943£0
The Nationalsozialistische Kriegsopferversorgung (NSKOV), meaning “National Socialist War Victim’s Care” was a social welfare organization for seriously wounded veterans as well as frontline fighters of World War I. The
Third Reich Era Travel note from Feb 1945£0
An interesting piece of Nazi home front history is this typed letter signed by the Burgomeister confirming Frau Kadau is travelling from Allenstein to Meinersdorf. At least I think that’s what it says but I could be wrong. Has a nice Nazi ink stamp
Third Reich Era Wochen Post Dec 1940 – original Nazi Magazine£0
Another great find is this is a copy of Wochen Post.
The Weekly Post was weekly review controlled by the Nazi party – this December issue is full of articles