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  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue
  • Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue

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Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue

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Germany. A Cased 1932 Goethe Medal for Arts and Science to H. Bohle in its Case of Issue

(Goethe Medaille für Kunst und Wissenschaft). A round silver medal; the obverse depicting a leftward facing bust of Goethe; the reverse depicting a German national eagle, with spread-out wings clutching a wreathed mobile swastika, circumscribed “1932 GESTIFTED VOM REICHSPRESIDENTEN VON HINDENBURG” (German - Founded by Reichspräsident Von Hindenburg); the edge of the medal inscribed “Hermann Bohle”; measuring 69.79 mm in diameter; weighing 123 grams; accompanied by its presentation case; constructed of heavy cardstock, with a black textured faux leather (leatherette) exterior; lined interior lid, with a recessed medal bed and an intact interior fabric hinge cover, with a functional spring catch with stud release, and a functional exterior metal hinge; the bottom of the case marked “Glaser & Sohn, Dresden; measuring 95 mm (w) x 96 mm (h); in overall extremely fine condition.

Footnote: Hermann Bohle was born on October 4, 1876 in Neustadt (present-day Bergneustadt, western Germany). He emigrated to England and became a college teacher and an electrical engineer in Bradford. In the early years of the 20th century, he relocated to Cape Town, South Africa, working as a professor for engineering at the university. From 1932 to 1934, Bohle was the Landesgruppenleiter (country group leader) of the NSDAP/AO, the Foreign Organisation of the German National Socialist Party. In 1935, he moved back to Germany to live in Berlin with his family, where his son had become an influential figure in the AO, ultimately serving as State Secretary. In 1938, Bohle became the president of the German South African Society. He was also Gauamt leader of engineering. Bohle died on July 12, 1943.

 

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