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Germany, Third Reich. A Collection of Second War Period Correspondence

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Germany, Third Reich. A Collection of Second War Period Correspondence

(Feldpost). A collection of Second War period letters, envelopes, and postcards, including a 1936 Berlin Olympics picture postcard, a Luftwaffe postcard, two envelopes from the Netherlands to New York dated 1941, a Polish postcard, a notification of compulsory labour, a postcard to Warsaw and a letter from Sachsenhausen both dated 1942, a Polish postcard and three letters addressed to Ellen Lillemagi in Reval Ostland, from Unteroffizier Fritz Streb dated 1943, three postcards from 1944, a letter to Olive Melba Walsh in California, an envelope and matching letter, a 1946 post-war envelope and letter from Herbert Jacob of Hamburg to Dessau, accompanied by documents and letters belonging to Bernhard Jäckel (b. 10 June 1892 in Frankfurt).
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