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  1. Commissioner

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    Some of my paper ..... Kennkarte, ausweis folskdeutchsa and arbeitkarta, card from a wall calendar from 1939, official envelope with GG 1942 and two of the HJ Kutno facility.
    The most fun is the diary pocket 1941, much of the advertising, and awards are well and at the beginning a little propaganda, Nazi gibberish .....
     

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    I like the Bromberger arbeitkarte a lot. You don't see those often. Great show once again.
     
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    I feel like I'm at Prince Albrecht Strasse 1943....I like the ''everyday'' type memorabilia, especially the stamps..what exactly is the book with the pictures of medals?? and the one showing ads???
     
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    Both are from the 1943 pocket diary Bronk. Note the nostalgic article about the former German colonies and the explanation sheet about KM Abzeige. The ads are usual insertions made by contributors who by paying for these provide for the printing fees. Note they are mostly German businesses and I doubt too many polish customers would actually bother buying German Heil salbe ( healing cream) . It was quite common to publish there "useless" ads though. I have Dutch and French Signal magazines with Berlin shops ads in them . They paid for the international editions and got their ads abroad too.
     
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    thanks Skipper... yes, seems like a waste of the advertisers' money........these pics and your information very interesting to me.....
     
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    .I suppose there was an international edition fee which included all countries where these booklets were edited. They were mostly read by the millions of German soldiers who happened to visit those cities or even lived there.
     
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    The second calendar DJ HJ of fairy tales and stories and of mandatory racial ii ideological "inserts" 1940.
    For the last two pages we are also advertising.
     

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    The accounts dating back to 1944 years and postage stamps.
     

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    Great looking stash you have there Commish. Where'd you get it all from?
     
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    Here where I live there is a lot of old houses and I help with their demolition ... and browse the permission of the owners what we have.
    Recently I found 9 pieces of German newspapers from the period of the First World War "Kriegs Echo" and behind the mirror first 4 pages of German newspapers also from War "Volkischer Beobachter"
     
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    A regular time machine you've stumbled into there. Keep posting your finds for us.
     
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    New acquisition booklet from exit in 1933 and legitimacy HJ, BDM.
     

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    Nice M├Ądel docs and the Von shirach speech is quite interesting too .
     
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    News from the Third Reich:
    - Photos from the Olympics in 1936,
    - Driving from Berlin 1935
    - A book for HJ to prepare the military.
    ...... And so small, very interesting pocket calendar 1939 for the lawyer, with hand-lettered steps in the SS.
     

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    We should have a forum for pictures of old documents like this, sort of like a library of sorts.
     
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    We have : http://www.ww2f.com/forum/70-photographs-and-documents/

    , but it's also nice int he collection section here.

    Nice pocket calendar with ranks. One can imagine the rookie learning the signification of the tabs. One wouldn't have wanted to forget to salute an officer because of losing time while fumbling for his actual rank. :cool: .
     

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