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Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) Kampflot 265 / midget submarine with the Biber 265th Battle Fleet in Westfjord/Lofoten, Norway. With contents. The Biber (German for 'beaver') were tiny, single occupant subs that could be equipped with two torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 324 of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. I believe only one ship was sunk by the entire 'fleet'. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1599
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) Kampflot 265 / midget submarine with the Biber 265th Battle Fleet in Westfjord/Lofoten, Norway. With contents. The Biber (German for 'beaver') were tiny, single occupant subs that could be equipped with two torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 324 of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. I believe only one ship was sunk by the entire 'fleet'. This cover was written in March and somehow made it to Hamburg where it was finally postmarked on April 10, 1945. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1799
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) 5. Molch Flottille, Kampflot 415 / midget submarine with the Molch 415th Battle Fleet in Stavanger, Norway. With contents. The Molch (German for 'salamander' or 'newt') were tiny, single occupant subs (basically large torpedoes) that could be equipped with two actual torpedoes, on either side of the hull. Only 363 (or 393, sources vary) of these subs were delivered, and if they actually were able to start on their mission, most didn't return. An illustration of the sub is attached at front left. A very rare cover from a German 'Kleinverband' boat.
US$1599
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Kleinkampfverband Unterseeboot (K-Verband U-Boot) 5. Marder Flottille, Kampflot 365 / midget submarine (actually a torpedo modified to hold a human) with the Marder 365th Battle Fleet in Skagen, Norway. With contents. The Marder (German for 'martin') were tiny, single occupant 'subs' (converted torpedoes) that could be equipped with a live torpedo slung underneath. If they actually were able to start on their mission, only a handful managed to return. An illustration of the sub is attached at front left. A very rare cover from a German 'Kleinverband' suicide boat.
US$1799
Original Feldpost / sailor's mail from WWII Marine Marine Kleinkampfverband Gruppe GA / small submarine battle group HQ during the development phase, shortly before the first deployment in the late spring of 1944. A very rare cover, especially with contents, from the development of the German 'Kleinverband' boats.
US$579
Franked Feldpost cover from Czech volunteer in the SS Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) Behelfstelle, TeNo support station in Prague.
US$99
Weimar Convention Hall postcard used as a Feldpost from Totenkopfstandarte 12. MG Kompagnie at the SS Lager at Konzentrationslager (KL/KZ) / Concentration Camp Weimar-Buchenwald.
US$92
Cover from SS Rottenfuehrer A. Eisenstein working at the Konzentrationslager (KL/KZ) / Concentration camp Dachau -- with Kommandatur Stab Dachau 3K sender line on the back, Feldpost K.3 cachet on the front and Dachau 3 double-circle cancel. A bit worn, as per scans.
US$189
Feldpost card from Waffen SS Waffen Gebirgs-Artillerie-Regiment, 6th SS-Division. Worn, marginal tears. Sent from very late in the war, Feb 1945.
US$29
German Feldpost cover with 'Zurueck Unzustellbar' / 'return undeliverable' markings; for the hapless German units trapped in the Stalingrad 'Kessel', the mail could no longer get through. None of these guys made it out during the war -- KIA or POWs. A bit worn, good, genuine used condition, as per scans. Sent to Baeckerei-Kompanie 179.
US$35
German Feldpost cover with 'Zurueck Unzustellbar' / 'return undeliverable' markings; for the hapless German units trapped in the Stalingrad 'Kessel', the mail could no longer get through. None of these guys made it out during the war -- KIA or POWs. A bit worn, good, genuine used condition, as per scans. Sent to Artillerie-Regiment 176.
US$35
German Feldpost cover with 'Zurueck Unzustellbar' / 'return undeliverable' markings; for the hapless German units trapped in the Stalingrad 'Kessel', the mail could no longer get through. None of these guys made it out during the war -- KIA or POWs. A bit worn, good, genuine used condition, as per scans. With contents and Fasching label reverse. Sent to Infanterie-Regiment 522.
US$35
German Feldpost cover from HJ Heim am Schlossberg, Arbeitsstab Stalingrad und Tunis. Presumably to a woman telling her her husband/son would not be coming home. A bit worn, marks at margins.
US$35
German Luft-Feldpost (LuPo) cover with 'Zurueck' / 'return address has changed' [to a USSR POW camp] markings; for the hapless German units trapped in the Stalingrad 'Kessel', the mail could no longer get through. None of these guys made it out during the war -- KIA or POWs. A bit worn, folded as per scans. Sent to Beobachtungs-Abteilung 28.
US$41
German Luft-Feldpost (LuPo) cover with 'Zurueck Unzustellbar' / 'return undeliverable' markings; for the hapless German units trapped in the Stalingrad 'Kessel', the mail could no longer get through. None of these guys made it out during the war -- KIA or POWs. A bit worn, good, genuine used condition, as per scans. Sent to Infanterie-Regiment 524.
US$35
German Luft-Feldpost (LuPo) cover with 'Zurueck Unzustellbar' / 'return undeliverable' markings; for the hapless German units trapped in the Stalingrad 'Kessel', the mail could no longer get through. None of these guys made it out during the war -- KIA or POWs. A bit worn, as per scans. With long contents. Sent to Infanterie-Regiment 523.
US$41
Censored folded Feldpost cover from French volunteer with Org Todt Bauleitung Irg (FPN09336). Edges look ragged like all of these, since the the edges were sealed. With long contents in French. With Dienstsiegel / service cachet of FPN 57208, Ord Todt Oberbauleitung Fliehburg.
US$119
Censored folded Feldpost cover from French volunteer with Org Todt Bauleitung Irg (FPN09336). With Dienstsiegel / service cachet of FPN 57208, Ord Todt Oberbauleitung Fliehburg.
US$119
Censored folded Feldpost cover from French volunteer with Org Todt Bauleitung Irg (FPN09336). With Dienstsiegel / service cachet of FPN 57208, Ord Todt Oberbauleitung Fliehburg.
US$119
Feldpost from Italian volunteer become prisoner. Sent as Feldpost from Kriegsgefangenen-Transport-Begleit-Bataillon Breslau / POW Transport Accompanying Battalion Breslau, but he tells his famlyin Lucca, Tuscany "I am a prisoner" (Sono Prigioniero) Pretty worn, as per scan.
US$119
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 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
Deutsche Feldpost / German soldier's mail cover from Heeres Kontrollkommission I Angouleme ueber Waffenstillstanskommission (Armistice Commission -- in this case the surrender of the French) Wiesbaden
US$41
Feldpost cover from Salzburg to German police member with Technische Nothilfe Feuerschutz-Polizei-Regiment Sachsen / Fire Protection Police Regiment Saxony. A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans.
US$22
Feldpost cover to German police member with Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) Feuerschutz-Polizei-Regiment Sachsen / Fire Protection Police Regiment Saxony. A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans. With long contents from Salzburg.
US$22
Feldpost cover from German secret field police member of Gruppe geheime Feldpolizei 510. A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans. Interesting typewritten contents: "After the Blitzkrieg the body requires the restoration of lost strength. The cure is easy to find here with French cooking and wine..."
US$34
Feldpost cover from German police member with Polizeiregiment 21 in Maehren / Moravia. Used in March of 1945(!) A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans.
US$41
Feldpost cover from German secret field police member of Gruppe geheime Feldpolizei 510 Suedost with AOK12. A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans. With long contents
US$34
Feldpost cover from German police member with Gendarmerie Einsatzug Windischgratz in Bohema. A bit worn; good, genuine used condition, as per scans.
US$41