Benno Martin HAND MADE signature CHIEF OF POLICE GESTAPO - WAFFEN SS HIGH LEADER - JEW DEPORTATION - letter sent to his wife from POW
I recently bought some of the correspondence between Benno Martin and his wife during his time as a POW.
This is just one of the handwritten letters from the lot along with his full HAND MADE signature on the bottom of the last page.
This letter along with others were found in his former home in Nürnberg recently during a house cleaning.
i have 6 letters, so jump on this lifetime opportunity, once all sold, it will be gone forever.
*******ONLY ONE LEFT !!
** see last photos, a known UK dealer is selling a hand made dedication with a photo for around 4000$ USD !!!!!
Benno Martin was a Gestapo chief, SS-Obergruppenführer, General of the Waffen-SS and Police and Higher SS leader (Polizei und Höherer SS) in Nuremberg. He was also a member of the party, joining in 1933, (NSDAP no. 2-714-474) a year before joining the SS (SS no. 187-117) in wartime era Germany. Martin fought in the German Imperial Army in the First World War, in which he was awarded the Iron Cross first and second class. After Germany’s defeat, he joined the Freikorps in 1919. He obtained his Juris doctorate after the war, and then joined the police department in Nuremberg in 1923. In the Nuremberg Police Department, Martin rose through the ranks to Chief of Police in Nuremberg. He was indicted and tried for complicity in the deportation of Franconian Jews to Auschwitz but was acquitted of the charges after nothing could be proven.