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German Empire picture postcard used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI. Genuine original wartime postcard, well worn. With Handstamp from Grenzuebberwachungsstelle Alexandrowo, sent by normal post.
US$29
German Empire patriotic RPPC picture postcard used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI. A bit worn, bent, genuine usage, as per scans. With Danzig Oliva Lazarett / Infirmary cachet, censor handstamp, and Oliva CDS.
US$41
German Empire patriotic picture postcard used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans. Sent from Eisleben infirmary, with bold handstamp: "Vor Ablauf von 14 Tagen nach Aufnahme im Lazarett ist kein Besuch gestattet" / "No visit is allowed before expiry of 14 days after admission to the hospital."
US$22
German Empire Hohkoenigsburg picture postcard used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans. Handstamped Wachkommando Gefangenenlager 3, Fort Bismarck
US$34
"Ready for Anything": German Empire real photo picture postcard (RPPC) of Admiral Tirpitz used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI, "franked" with a Red cross donation vignette. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans. With Gotha CDS and handstamp of Reserve Lazarett / Hopsital 'zum Schuetzen'.
US$46
German Empire real photo picture postcard (RPPC) of a town in the Balkans occupied by the 11th Army (Vells?) used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI, "franked" with a Red cross donation vignette. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans.
US$46
German Empire real photo picture postcard (RPPC) of Dr Rausenberger, creator of the 42cm mortar, used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI, "franked" with a Red cross donation vignette. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans. With Gotha CDS and handstamp of Reserve Lazarett / Hopsital 'zum Schuetzen'.
US$34
German Empire real photo picture postcard (RPPC) of Kapitaenleutnant Loewe of the 'unlucky' Zeppelin L19, used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI, "franked" with a Red cross donation vignette. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans. With Gotha CDS and handstamp of Reserve Lazarett / Hopsital 'zum Schuetzen'.
US$34
German Empire real photo picture postcard (RPPC) of the (finally) returned hoope crew of the SMS Moewe, used as Feldpost / Field Post / Soldier's Mail during WWI, "franked" with a Red cross donation vignette. A bit worn, genuine usage, as per scans. With Gotha CDS and handstamp of Reserve Lazarett / Hopsital 'zum Schuetzen'.
US$46
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card to inmate in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague, established for mixed-race 'Arian' and Jewish couples - though most eventually were moved to other camps. Torn in half and repaired with tape. Very rare, with the Juedische Sammelstelle / Jewish Collection Point handstamp from Schwerinstrasse.
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201, Block 1. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague, where mixed race couples ("Arian"/Jewish) were interned. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur mit Postkaren in deutsche Sprache" / "Answer only on a postcard in German language" and ZENSIERT. Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only 32-word responses were allowed, so each word is enumerated. Hagibor (I've read) is a Hebrew word for 'Strength', and was a Jewish youth soccer club before being converted into a makeshift concentration camp. Late use in the February 1945.
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card to inmate in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201, Block 1. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague, where mixed race couples ("Arian"/Jewish) were interned. Sent registered with reciever and censor mark reverse.
US$409
"Ve stavu arisace " / "Aryanized" - (lit: in state of Aryanization) folded business card from Goeding / Hodonin, German-occupied Czechoslovakia (Boehmen und Maheren).
US$57
Cover from Zwangsverwaltung L / Forced Labor Administration office 'L' in Libochowitz to the Soil Office for Bohemia and Moravia, Group Vb.
US$57
Cover from Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Bruenn / Israeli (Jewish) Cultural Community in Bruen, German-occupied Czechoslovakia - Bohemia and Moravia. A bit worn, chipped, and wrinkled, as per scans.
US$57
Swedish card to inmate held in Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Theresienstadt with multiple censors; stamp has also been removed, looking for secret messages. Sent late in the war, in February of 1945.
US$229
Swedish card to inmate held in the Theresienstadt Ghetto Lager with multiple censors; stamp has also been partially removed, looking for secret messages.
US$219
Postcard from prisoner Konzentrationslager (KL) / Concentration Camp Weimar Buchenwald. Where the usual camp rules are on a normal KL stationery card: "Observe the Camp Rules. Don't send more mail than allowed. One letter weekly."
US$81
A postcard from Czech ethnic German man married to a Jewish woman in Bohemia Moravia. For this "crime" Bohomil Mueller was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps. At this time he is in the Org Todt concentration camp "Klein Stein" (in what is now Kamionek, Poland) , dedicated to the punishment of German-Jewish "Mischlinge". The letter was sent to his wife Nelli, who he believed had yet to be transported to Theresienstadt. At this point in time she was thought to still at the Hagibor labor camp within the Jewish Ghetto at Prague.
US$349
A postcard from Czech ethnic German man married to a Jewish woman in Bohemia Moravia. For this "crime" Bohomil Mueller was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps. At this time he is in the Org Todt concentration camp "Klein Stein" (in what is now Kamionek, Poland) , dedicated to the punishment of German-Jewish "Mischlinge". The letter was sent to his wife Nelli, who he believed had yet to be transported to Theresienstadt. At this point in time she was thought to still at the Hagibor labor camp within the Jewish Ghetto at Prague. Sent very late in the war, in January of 1945. Given the circumstances at the time it's not surprising it took a month to make it a few hundred miles.
US$349
A postcard from Czech ethnic German man married to a Jewish woman in Bohemia Moravia. For this "crime" Bohomil Mueller was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps. At this time he is in the Org Todt Lager in Osterode im Harz, a subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora. The Osterode-Petershuette camp (aka Dachs IV) worked on excavating the mines for the V-Waffen (V1/V2) production and building barracks for the other workers/administrators. This letter was sent vary late in the war, in March of 1945, to Bohomuil's father Frantik (Frans).
US$579
A postcard from Czech ethnic German man married to a Jewish woman in Bohemia Moravia. For this "crime" Bohomil Mueller was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps. At this time he is in the Org Todt Lager in Osterode im Harz, a subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora. The Osterode-Petershuette camp (aka Dachs IV) worked on excavating the mines for the V-Waffen (V1/V2) production and building barracks for the other workers/administrators. This letter was sent vary late in the war, in March of 1945, to his wife Nelli, who he believed was still at the Hagibor labor camp within the Jewish Ghetto at Prague, though her letters show that she had in fact been transported to the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp. Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only 32-word responses were allowed, so each word is enumerated. A rare intercamp mailing.
US$579
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201, Block 1. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague. Nelli was Jewish who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps, ultimately ending in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora, working on the mines for the V1/V2 production. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur mit Postkaren in deutsche Sprache" / "Answer only on a postcard in German language." It's actually amazing Nelli lasted this late in the war in Prague; February 1945 sees here in the concentration camp. The card was sent to her mother-in-law Lida in Zebrak. Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only...
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201, Block 1. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague. Nelli was Jewish who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps, ultimately ending in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora, working on the mines for the V1/V2 production. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur mit Postkaren in deutsche Sprache" / "Answer only on a postcard in German language." It's actually amazing Nelli lasted this late in the war in Prague; February 1945 sees here in the concentration camp. The card was sent to her mother-in-law Lida in Zebrak. Hagibor (I've read) is a Hebrew word for 'Strength', and ...
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. Nelli was Jewish who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps, ultimately ending in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora, working on the mines for the V1/V2 production. Censor-handstamped "Antwort nur uber den Aeltestenrat der Juden in Prag V" / "Answer only through the Jewish Council of Elders in Prag." While being from Nelli, this also has Bohomil's address in the Osterode, Harz Dora OT subcamp. Mentions the Zulsassungsmarke / Permit Stamp required to send packages to the camp (Michel BuM Z1): "I'm sending as soon as possible a Permit Stamp".
US$229
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia postal card from inmate Nelli Mueller in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201. This address is a Gestapo office used to address mail for inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague. Nelli was Jewish who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt Concentration Camp, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps, ultimately ending in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt subcamp of KL Mittelbau-Dora, working on the mines for the V1/V2 production. Uncanceled, censor handstamped HAGIBOR (rare!). It's actually amazing Nelli lasted this late in the war in Prague; February 1945 finds here in Theresienstadt.
US$349
A postcard from Czech ethnic German man married to a Jewish woman in Bohemia Moravia. For this "crime" Bohomil Mueller was sentenced to a series of hard labor camps. At this time he was supposed to be (based on other covers) in Osterode, Harz at an Org Todt work subcamp of Mittelbau-Dora, working in the mines for V1/V2 production. However, perhaps he was on leave(?) as he gives the return address of his wife in Prag XI, Schweringasse (Czech: Schwerinova) 1201. This is a Gestapo office used for mail to/from inmates in the Hagibor forced labor camp portion of the Jewish Ghetto in Prague, reserved exclusively for members of mixed race marriages. Censored, and marked "A" for "Arian" (rare). The card is to ihis father Frantik (Franz) Mueller, and states that "Up to now I haven't heard any news of Nelli". Note the numbered words on the reverse. At this time only 32-word responses were allowed, so each word is enumerated. Hagibor (so I've read) is a Hebrew word for 'Strength', and before th...
US$349
German WWII-occupied Bohemia Moravia card to inmate Nelli Mueller in Konzentrationslager (LK/KZ) / Concentration camp Theresienstadt. Nelli was a Jewish woman who married Czech ethnic German man Bohomil Mueller. For this "crime" Nelli was interned in Hagibor before ultimately being deported to Theresienstadt, while Bohomil was sentenced to a series of hard camps, finally ending up in a KL Dora OT sub-camp constructing mines for V1/V2 weapons production in Osterode, Harz. Censor-handstamped "Aeltestenrat der Juden in Prag" / "Jewish Council of Elders in Prague." This is from Nellis father-in-law Frantik (Frans). Sent very late in the war, in March of 1945. It says 'no news from Osterode' (i.e. husband/son Bohomil), and 'we are awaiting a stamp'. This latter refers to a Zulassungsmarke / permit stamp (Michel BuM Z1), which was required to send packages onto Theresienstadt. A bit worn, small tears at margins. A philatelic and historical showpiece for multiple reasons.
US$209
Card from inmate held in the Kleine Festung / Little Fortress Gestapo prison in Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Theresienstadt. The 'Little Fortress' was a separate Gestapo-run prison within the Theresienstadt compound, which itself was an old military barracks/camp from Austrian KuK Imperial times.
US$119
Card from inmate held in the Kleine Festung / Little Fortress Gestapo prison in Konzentrationslager (KZ/KL) / Concentration Camp Theresienstadt. The 'Little Fortress' was a separate Gestapo-run prison within the Theresienstadt compound, which itself was an old military barracks/camp from Austrian KuK Imperial times. Rare early card (not preprinted) from the time when this was only a Gestapo prison and not a a full-fledged KL; with Theresienstadt instead of Bauschwitz (the usual) cancel.
US$289