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  • Letter signed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz
  • Letter signed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz
  • Letter signed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz

Item: G9416

Letter signed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz

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Letter signed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz

Letter signed by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz- Dismissal Letter signed by (original signature) Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz, in good condition. Translation: Letter sent from Berlin on December 15th 1944, stating: Dear Captain! Due to the long duration of the war and the conditional personnel situation, I see myself forced to arrange the dismissal of older officers from active service. I have therefore determined to arrange your dismissal from your department, as well as your discharge from active service beginning January 1945. On behalf of the Marines, I extend my gratitude and recognition for your commitment the services you have performed for the marines in this war. With best wishes for your ongoing well-being, and with brotherly greetings (Heil Hitler), I am yours …. Karl Dönitz
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