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Zusammendruck (ZSD) / se-tenant, mit Falz / mint with hinge. '17 CV EUR300
US$209
Zusammendruck (ZSD) / tete-beche, mit Falz / mint with hinge. '17 CV EUR210
US$149
Zusammendruck (ZSD) / se-tenant, mit Falz / mint with hinge. '17 CV EUR42
US$29
1. Landesschiessen der Einwohnerwehr Bayerns: Original recruiting postcard for Bavarian Einwohnerwehr / Citizen Protective Force (one of the extra-judicial 'Free Companies'), advertising their 1st shooting festival in September of 1920 just after the street battles when the Freikorps and Communists were fighting for Germany, and when the history of the country was still being written; just a few months after the Kapp Putsch. Slightly worn, good condition.
US$209
Original recruiting postcard for Augsburger Garnisontag / Augsburg Garrison Day just after the street battles when the Freikorps and Communists were fighting for Germany, and when the history of the country was still being written; just a few months after the Kapp Putsch. Slightly worn, good condition.
US$209
Original recruiting postcard for Berlin-Treptow Garde Nachrichten Bataillon - Fernsprecher Funker / Signals Battalion Radioman 1919, during the time when the Freikorps were still trying to carve fiefdoms out of the dismantled remnants of the Russian and Austrian empires in the east.
US$349
Original, period, USA card celebrating the transatlantic flight crew of Koehl, Fitzmaurice, and von Huenefeld in the city of Milwaukee (with its huge population of German descendants) . A bit worn, bent corners, good condition, as per scans. Used as a Luftpost from Milwaukee to Kempten-Allgau via Muenchen, Bayern / Munich, Bavaria.
US$46
Woermann Linie Deutsche Ost-Afrika-Linie Adolf Woermann PPC sent via Deutsche Seepost Ost-Afrika-'b' / German Sea Mail East Africa Line. A bit worn, excellent condition, as per scan.
US$41
Hamburg-Amerika Linie advertising card for the MS "Milwaukee" sent via Deutsche Seepost / German ship mail from Hammerfest, Norway. Slightly worn, excellent condition, as per scan. franked with
US$34
Scarce Real Photo Postcard RPPC of Communist leader Rosa Luxemburg, with black mourning border. Along with leader karl Liebknecht, Rosa was captured, tortured, and brutally executed on July 15, 1919. Evne though her views were much more nuanced than the mainstream Communist Party, she is still a hero to the far left. Slightly worn, excellent condition. Hard to find period pictures of this feidty little woman.
US$119
A Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) photograph of Panzerkampfwagen (PzKfw) aka a tank with Regierungstruppe / Reichswehr / Freikorps in Berlin during the violent Strassenkampf or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$219
A postcard with a Who's Who of vitriolic turn-of-the-century Antisemitism, with several of Hitler's role models - Stein, Wolf, and above all Georg Ritter von Schoenerer, his mentor - front and center. From the right wing Verlag "Volksruf" in Munich.
US$169
Scarce, original, document from the Security Command of the Worker and Soldier's Council, Hannover about the transfer of an Army man. From the unsettled period of German history after the abdication of Kaiser Wilhelm II, when the Communists (usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters. With handstamp of 3. Kompagnie Sicherheits Kommando des Arbeiter u. Soldaten-Rates Hannover. Signed by Vizefeldwebelcachet from one of the idealistic and short lived Communistic "Worker's and Soldier's Councils" formed primarily from the disillusioned sailors from the Kaiser's Navy, along with fellow travelers from the ranks of soldiers and workers.
US$229
Scarce, original, release for sergeant in Infantry Regiment 32 just after the end of WWI, when the Communists (usually called Spartakisten or Spartacists, but really meaning any left-leaning group) seized power in a number of cities (so-called Spartakus Putsch), only to be deposed by right-wing counter-revolutions and/or the newly forming national government, with the help of volunteer 'Freikorps', or Free Corps fighters. With Soldatenrat Meiningen cachet from one of the idealistic and short lived Communistic "Worker's and Soldier's Councils" formed primarily from the disillusioned sailors from the Kaiser's Navy, along with fellow travelers from the ranks of soldiers and workers.
US$229
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Private Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin - Zerstoerungen am Mittelportal des Schlosses: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction at the Kaiser's Castle / Palace in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction at the National-Denkmal / National Memorial in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Beisetzung der Opfer der Revolution: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) photograph of funeral of the "Victims of the Revolution" in Berlin during the violent Strassenkampf or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$81
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction around Alexanderplatz in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Einzug der Garde-Truppen in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of troops arriving in Berlin to put down the Sailor's Mutiny (they lost) in Berlin in December of 1918 at the start of the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$119
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction of the "Vorwarts", a Communist publisher where the Spartakists hold up in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$92
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction on Schuetzenstrasse in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin - Das zerstoert Gebaude des Vorwarts: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of Freikorps troops on front of the destroyed "Vortwarts" Communist Press building in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$92
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction on the Alexanderplatz in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction on Schuetzenstrasse in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps. Scarce - used in the period with March 1919 CDS on 10pf Germania stamp.
US$99
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin - Unterhaendler mit der Paralamentaerflagge auf dem Wege zur Reichskanzlei: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of Freikorps auto with negotiators under the 'white flag' on he way to the Chancellory in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right (Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps in an uneasy alliance) as both sides attempted to seize power. After early Communist victories the Socialist-Right Wing coalition (led by Friedrich Ebert) eventually won. Later, though, many of those same Freikorps soldiers turned on the Republic they helped found, yet despised, and joined the SA, where their street muscle was used by a certain Austrian corporal to propel himself into power.
US$159
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction at the streetcorner of Alexanderstrasse and Prenzlauer Strasse in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps.
US$57
Strassenkaempfe in Berlin: Real Photo Postcard (RPPC) of the destruction in Berlin during the violent Strassenkaempfe or 'street battles' that took place between the left wing Spartakists / Communists and the center-right coalition of Socialists, Imperialists, and Freikorps. Scarce - used in the period with March 1919 CDS on 10pf Germania stamp (upper left corner of stamp loose).
US$99