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eMedals-A 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS A.H. Solider's Service Photo Album

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A 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS A.H. Solider's Service Photo Album

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A 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS A.H. Solider's Service Photo Album

A memorabilia folder for soldiers of the 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS A.H., measuring 249x320mm, extremely fine condition with some scuffing. This unit originally began as A.H.’s personal bodyguard, but eventually grew into a division-sized elite unit. The folder contains 16 pages (243x318mm), one introductory page and 15 prints of photographs depicting members of the Leibstandarte SS A.H. in the field. These photographs show a unique and very close look at life and service in one of the most infamous Nazi units, some even depicting soldiers in combat action.The introductory page dates the folder to early 1943. It says that “we look to the future with great confidence. The Führer will find us always prepared! His will is our faith!” It carries a facsimile of SS-Obergruppenführer and General of the Waffen-SS Josef “Sepp” Dietrich (1892–1966) (eventually Oberst-Gruppenführer and Generaloberst of the Waffen-SS). He was one of only 27 recipients of the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds, and commanded the unit until 1943. In the lower left corner, there is the coat of arms of the Leibstandarte SS A.H.


Picture 1: “Infantry during the attack on Mariupol (Ukraine)”

Picture 2: “Infantrymen during house-to-house fighting in Mariupol”

Picture 3: “Between battle and idyll”

Picture 4: “During the hard defensive battle of the winter campaign (Russia)”

Picture 5: “Sappers crossing the Marne River (northern France)”

Picture 6: “Flak puts down Bolshevist resistance”

Picture 7: “Heavy Infantry weapons in the fight for a Soviet town”

Picture 8: “Artillery fight at the Klisura mountain pass (Kleisoura, northern Greece)”

Picture 9: “Kradschützen (motorcycle mounted infantrymen) to the front”

Picture 10: “The letter from home”

Picture 11: “Infantrymen dispatch a pocket of resistance in Taganrog (southern Russia)”

Picture 12: “SS-Obergruppenführer Dietrich accepts the capitulation of the Greek Epirus and Macedonian army”

Picture 13: “Assault gun during the battle for Rostow (Rostov, southern Russia)”

Picture 14: ”With satchel charge against a Soviet tank”

Picture 15: “The bold crossover to Padras (Patras, western Greece)”

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