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Lot 79

  • WWII – Hitler Der Hitler Prozess, 2 volumes 1924, generally good condition, with original promotional stickers to front covers (second volume sticker with one portion removed affecting a few words). An extremely long and no doubt extremely turgid account of the rise of Hitler. Even at this very early stage in his rise to power, books about him were considered at a premium, and the price of these two volumes were 1.5 and 1 goldmarks respectively (a very premium price in 1920s Germany)
  • Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

This sale took place on Thursday 28 June 2012

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Lot 80

  • WWII – autograph – Julius Streicher, one of the worst anti-Semites rare typewritten letter signed dated July 15th 1938 to fellow party member Peter Schwinger, a farmer and Nazi activist who had been made Mayor of his village – the letter congratulates him on his promotion. Together with two certificates relating to Schwinger’s promotion. Streicher , one of the worst anti-Semites of the Nazi era launched the notorious publication ‘Der Sturmer’ and was also the publisher of some of the worst anti-Semitic books. Letters by him are rare
  • Estimate: £700.00 - £800.00

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Lot 80A

  • WWII – the Holocaust remarkable anti-Semitic poster produced by the Nazis but published in Russian. Showing Jews being pursued across open terrain, and coloured in lurid shades of red. The poster was intended for consumption by Russian troops on the Eastern Front – there was just as much anti-Semitism in Russia as there was in Nazi Germany and the intention of the poster was to make the Russian soldiers believe that they were in a common cause with the Nazis against the Jews
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 81

  • WWII – the Holocaust- Ghetto Money rare group of seven metal coins issued to inmates of the notorious ghetto in Litzmannstadt including 5,10 & 20marks demoninations
  • Estimate: £350.00 - £450.00

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Lot 82

  • WWII – The Holocaust – Concentration Camp Money group of three banknotes issued in Westerbork Concentration Camp. Good condition
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £300.00

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Lot 83

  • WWII – The Holocaust two Nazi issue banknotes containing anti-Semitic slogans.Good condition
  • Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot 84

  • WWII – The Holocaust – Ghetto Money group of five banknotes issued in the notorious Litzmannstadt ghetto.Good condition
  • Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

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Lot 85

  • WWII – The Holocaust typewritten letter dated Berlin October 20th 1943 to Moses Birnbaum , and issued from the office of the Reichsanwaltschaft (the Prosecutor’s Office), saying that there was no legal possibility of any case against his removal. Clearly Herr Birnbaum was facing a tragic future
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

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Lot 86

  • WWII – The Holocaust brief letter written on a postcard from Ravensbruck concentration camp dated April 25th 1944
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot 87

  • WWII – The Holocaust a rare example of a letter written from Litzmannstadt ghetto which has been both censored and then finally refused. Inmates of ghettos and concentration camps were forced to write their letters in German – obviously an extremely difficult exercise for the millions who weren’t German – and then had to abide by very strict rules as to what they could and couldn’t say. These amounted to a prohibition on the most innocuous subjects and here the author of the letter faced sanction because he mentioned that he had bought something at a local shop. The letter was obviously returned to him to illustrate his ‘crime’ so that he wouldn’t do it again. Such letters as this are extremely rare on the market.
  • Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

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Lot 88

  • WWII – The Holocaust a letter written from Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp – written on the pre-printed form which laid down the rules as to what could and could not be said
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot 89

  • WWII – The Holocaust a letter written from the Theresienstadt Ghetto in Czechoslovakia– written on a postcard
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot 90

  • WWII – The Holocaust remarkable group of four items showing the passage of a prisoner through three concentration camps, including three receipts for his parcels issued at three concentration camps and a letter written from Buchenwald – written on the pre-printed forms which laid down the rules as to what could and could not be said.
  • Estimate: £250.00 - £350.00

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Lot 91

  • WWII – The Holocaust a letter written from the Theresienstadt Ghetto in Czechoslovakia– written on a postcard
  • Estimate: £100.00 - £150.00

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Lot 92

  • WWII – The Holocaust an original identity card for a Jewish worker issued at Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp .Bearing a bw picture of her and signed by her. Extremely rare.
  • Estimate: £300.00 - £400.00

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Lot 93

  • WWII – The Holocaust Arbeitsbuch fur Auslander (Work book for a foreigner) issued to a Jewish worker from Lithuania, with his picture, and record of his work
  • Estimate: £80.00 - £100.00

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Lot 94

  • WWII – The Holocaust two German anti-Semitic leaflets, probably early 20th c, one featuring a cartoon.
  • Estimate: £60.00 - £80.00

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Lot 95

  • WWII – The Holocaust rare printed form being the interrogation of a Jewish Doctor based in Warsaw. The questionnaire form was to determine the personal details of the recipient, and in this case, the Doctor was declared Jewish – with the stamp at the head to signify that fact.
  • Estimate: £400.00 - £600.00

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Lot 96

  • WWII – The Holocaust four typewritten documents on the printed forms of Ev Nicolai & Co in Vienna, dated May – December 1944, relating to the expropriation of property belonging to Eugen Rothschild. Baron Eugen Rothschild had fled Germany in 1938 realising the dangers of the emergence of Nazi Germany. His baronial seat had been at Enzesfeld in Austria which had been in the family since 1880. In 1936 he had entertained Edward VIII after he abdicated. A rare group of documents relating to one of the most important Jewish families
  • Estimate: £500.00 - £700.00

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Lot 97

  • WWII – The Holocaust two anti-Semitic cartoons taken from 19th c publications
  • Estimate: £90.00 - £120.00

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Lot 98

  • WWII – The Holocaust Das Lied vom Levy (The Songs of Levi) Nos 1-6, possibly a complete run of this rare 19th c German magazine featuring anti-Semitic illustrations and verse.
  • Estimate: £300.00 - £350.00

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Lot 99

  • WWII – The Holocaust remarkable group of three commercial letters issued by German firms 1936-1939 assuring customers that they were completely free of Jews and that they only had an Ayrian workforce. Extremely rare. For obvious reasons many German firms which started trading again after WWII would be highly embarrassed if they knew that such material had survived. Together with a product wrapper which proudly states that the company was ‘Deutsch un arisch’ (German and Ayrian).
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

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Lot 99A

  • WWII – the Holocaust group of five original inflation era German banknotes each overprinted with Anti-Semitic slogans. These were used as propaganda tools, placing the blame for the hyper-inflation which ruined Germany throughout the 1920s on the Jews.
  • Estimate: £250.00 - £300.00

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Lot 99B

  • Hitler’s Architecture Heimbau de Hitlerjugend (houses for the Hitler youth), 2 vols, large oblong folio, with considerable illustrations of architectural plans for the buildings – a comprehensive guide which will yield much information.
  • Estimate: £300.00 - £500.00

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Lot 100

  • WWII – Hitler Youth an unused application form for the Hitler Youth, printed on one side of an A5 oblong sheet of paper. Good condition.
  • Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00

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Lot 101

  • WWII- German POWs fine group of original sketches with related ephemera executed by a German POW at Wilton Park POW Camp in England, with some sensitive watercolours showing the camp huts, a pencil drawing showing the huts arranged in woodland, a watercolour of a crow sitting on the perimeter fence, a watercolour of a sunset with the perimeter fence in the foreground, a copy of the camp magazine (in German), a copy of an English bulletin on re-education of occupied Germany, a photograph of a British officer, doubtless the Camp Commandant. A fine and unusual group.
  • Estimate: £200.00 - £400.00

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Lot 102

  • WWII – Nazi Party Das Programm der NSDAP Wird Erfullt by Alfred Himstedt
  • Estimate: £20.00 - £40.00

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Lot 103

  • WWII – Hitler Rede des Fuhrers am Parteitage der Ehre 1936. [The Fuhrer’s speeches in 1936].
  • Estimate: £40.00 - £60.00

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Lot 103A

  • WWII – Hitler Liederbuch der Nationalsozialistishcen Deutschen Arbeiterpartei – the songbook of the Nazi Party, with rousing message from Hitler himself on inside cover and filled with stirring and doubtless pretty hateful songs in support of the Fuehrer and his evil intentions. A somewhat rare and intriguing little book. A few pages have suffered from rodent damage but not affecting text in any way.
  • Estimate: £30.00 - £50.00

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Lot 104

  • WWII a small press cutting recording the death of a German sailor Rolf Hans Dibowski, who died at sea shortly before his 19th birthday on September 9th 1943, together with a photograph of him in a sailor outfit, aged 3 years old, and his sailor doll when he was a child. An extremely poignant reminder that the war claimed the lives of young men on all sides
  • Estimate: £150.00 - £200.00

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