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Id/PicTitle/DescriptionPrice
Tag der Deutschen Polizei / Day of the German Police: propaganda postcard for SS Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) and Feuerwehr / fireman (strangely part of the SS in Himmler's Germany) for Police Day in 1941. Top condition.
US$169
Tag der Deutschen Polizei / Day of the German Police: propaganda postcard showing SS Ordnungspolizei / order Police men and banner for Police Day (the Police were part of the SS) in 1941. Top condition. Genuine usage as a Feldpost.
US$169
Tag der Deutschen Polizei / Day of the German Police: propaganda postcard showing SS man and banner for Police Day (the Police were part of the SS) in 1941. Top condition. Genuine usage as a Feldpost from Zwikau.
US$169
Tag der Deutschen Polizei / Day of the German Police series card: Die Polizei im Fronteinsatz / the Order Police in units at the Front, showing German Ordnungspolizei. Top condition. With "Sie Starben fuer Grossdeutschland" / "They Die for Greater Germany" special cancel.
US$46
Franked Feldpost cover from Czech volunteer in the SS Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) Behelfstelle, TeNo support station in Prague.
US$99
Official document and cover from the Volksgerichtshof / Peoples Court -- the Reich 'Kangaroo Court', an extra-legal enforcement body that made up law and punishment as it went. Sent to a post inspector in Pardubitz, in German WWII-occupied Czechoslovakia, Bohemia Moravia.
US$41
Feldpost cover from Czech volunteer in the SS Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) - Abteilung VI (Polizei) - Police Division VI, 3rd Company, in Berlin. Sent home to Bohemia Moravia / Czechoslovakia now Czech Republic.
US$99
Feldpost cover from 1st Fahrschwadron Divisions-Versorgungs-Regiment 156, with Dienstsiegel / service cachet of Polizeifuehrer Litauen RuS-Referent SS Gruppe VV
US$46
Feldpost cover from foreign volunteer in the Wehrmacht - Generalinspektion Stab XI Generalinspektion (Polizei) -- with the so-caled Regierungstruppen under the Hoeherer SS und Polizeifuehrer (HSSuPF) - the SS Police in Fossano, Italy (SS Sondereinheit Italien) fighting partisans.
US$119
Feldpost cover from SS member, with Sicherheitspolizei Einsatzkommando 89 Dienstsiegel / service cachet. Rare cachet - I can find nothing on this detachment. An opportunity for research.
US$229
Free official cover from the Police Office representing the Reichskommiar of the Netherlands, in Middelburg.
US$41
Feldpost cover from SS-Infanterie-Regiment 10 Reichsfuehrer-SS, FPN39840. This regiment engaged in anti-partisan fighting and behind-the-lines sweeps at this moment in the Russian invasion.
US$41
Feldpost cover from SS-Polizei-Infanterie-Regiment 3, FPN31843, with Nachrichtendienst seals reverse.
US$41
Waffen SS Feldpost cover on official stationery from the office of Befehlshaber der Ordnungspolizei im Generalgouvernement / Commander of the Order Police in Occupied Poland.
US$57
Feldpost carsd from SS Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) member in Lublin, German WWII-occupied General Government Poland.
US$99
Cover from Waffen SS Panzer Grenadier Ersatz Bataillon Deutschland in Prague and the sender address is the "Heinrich Himmler Barracks". With long contents (including some odd drawings of ducks, etc.
US$57
Feldpost cover from member of SS Polizei Division- Regiment 2 in Wohlau, Schlesien, now Poland. With Wohlau Bezirk Breslau CDS.
US$41
Feldpost cover from member of SS Polizei Bataillon 51 - 4. Schwere Komp/ Battalion 51 - 4th Heavy Company in Strassburg, Elsass / Alsace, shortly after the invasion of France. With Polizeibatallion 51 - Stuttgart (where the unit was formed) Dienstsiegel / service cachet.
US$57
Feldpost cover from member of SS Reservepolizei-Bataillon 171. Datelined SS Feldpost Sued-Ost Einsatz -- at this time the unit was in Stein looking for and executing any Communists they could find. According to Campbell their main objective was Andreas Preschern. (see Police Battalions of the 3rd Reich, Campbell, p.99)
US$46
Feldpost cover from member of Waffen SS Polizei Bataillon / Police Battalion 307, at this time based in Biala Podlaska, Poland where they were responsible for deporting Jewish people to the concentration camps as well as executing partisans and Polish residents. A month after this was sent, in June, they moved to Russia as part Operation Barbarossa and were responsible for the massacre of Russian citizens, whether Jewish or not. (See Wikipedia, and "The Field Men", 1999, French McClean)
US$169
Feldpost cover from member of SS Polizei-Regiment 3, short-lived unit in charge of security behind the lines in the Poland invasion. With Sternberg CDS.
US$41
Original 'Sprechzettel' / 'Speaking notes' permission slip for Jewish woman, Frau Emilie 'Sara' Beyer to speak to Heinrich "Israel" Wachsmann. Rules of the visit are printed on the back; these include a 15 minute duration, and animals as well as children from the ages of 3 to 14 are forbidden. No food, and a change of clothes or washing materials only with prior permission. Due to the Nuremberg Laws, all Jewish men had to use "Israel" as their middle name and woman as "Sara" to mark them as Jewish in correspondence.
US$229
Germany Polizei / Police metered cover slogan cancel "Der Polizeipraesident in Berlin"
US$22
Germany Polizei / Police metered cover slogan cancel "Der Polizeipraesident in Berlin"
US$22
Original 'Sprechzettel' / 'Speaking notes' permission slip for Jewish inmate (Erich Noah 'Israel' Flatow) to speak to his Verlobte (fiance) Hildegard 'Sara' Gerber in Berlin prison. The purpose of their conversation (required) is to be general greetings. Rules of the visit are printed on the back; these include a 15 minute duration, and animals as well as children from the ages of 3 to 14 are forbidden. No food, and a change of clothes or washing materials only with prior permission.
US$169
Original 'Sprechzettel' / 'Speaking notes' permission slip for Jewish inmate (Erich Noa 'Israel' Flatow) to speak to his Verlobte (fiance) Hildegard 'Sara' Gerber in Berlin prison. The purpose of their conversation (required) is to be general greetings. Rules of the visit are printed on the back; these include a 15 minute duration, and animals as well as children from the ages of 3 to 14 are forbidden. No food, and a change of clothes or washing materials only with prior permission.
US$169
Original 'Sprechzettel' / 'Speaking notes' permission slip for wife, one Frau Bernstein, to speak to her husband, Hans 'Israel' Bernstien Jewish inmate in prison. Rules of the visit are printed on the back; these include a 15 minute duration, and animals as well as children from the ages of 3 to 14 are forbidden. No food, and a change of clothes or washing materials only with prior permission.
US$169
Original 'Sprechzettel' / 'Speaking notes' permission slip for Jewish woman, Frau 'Sara' Kruger to speak ton an inmate in prison. Unusua in that it doesn't give the inmates name and I can't quite make out the reason -- perhaps the Prison administration hasn't given her enough information yet? Rules of the visit are printed on the back; these include a 15 minute duration, and animals as well as children from the ages of 3 to 14 are forbidden. No food, and a change of clothes or washing materials only with prior permission.
US$169
Original 'Sprechzettel' / 'Speaking notes' permission slip for Frau Charlotte 'Sara' Unger to speak to her husband(?) Eswald Unger, an inmate in a Berlin prison. Rules of the visit are printed on the back; these include a 15 minute duration, and animals as well as children from the ages of 3 to 14 are forbidden. No food, and a change of clothes or washing materials only with prior permission.
US$119
Feldpost cover from member of Waffen SS Polizei / Police Regiment 19, which served in anti-partisan actiions in Slovenia and then France. The unit participated in several war crimes during this period, and then in late 1944 moved to guard Marshall Petain in Belfort. (See axishistory.com, "Konventioneller Krieg oder NS-Weltanschauungskrieg? : Kriegfuehrung und Partisanenbekaempfung in Frankreich 1943/44" by Peter Lieb)
US$119