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Waffen SS Knight Cross Recipients header stamper printing plate for books - in original case RARRRRE

Waffen SS Knight Cross Recipients header stamper printing plate for books - in original case RARRRRE

Waffen SS Knight Cross Recipients header stamper printing plate for books - in original case RARRRRE

$249.00

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Waffen SS Knight Cross Recipients header stamper printing plate for books - in original case RARRRRE

EXTREMELY RARE, maybe unique !!

the header of a magazine or book printing plate showing a nice Knight cross medal
stamped on the box by the company

nice piece for a display !

Concentration Camp RAVENSBRUCK PATCH ID red T triangle RESEARCHED survivor inmate

Concentration Camp RAVENSBRUCK PATCH ID red T triangle RESEARCHED survivor inmate

Concentration Camp RAVENSBRUCK PATCH ID red T triangle RESEARCHED survivor inmate

$495.00

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Concentration Camp RAVENSBRUCK PATCH ID red T triangle RESEARCHED survivor inmate

see second photo, fully researched patch ID from a Czech inmate who survived the Holocaust.

amazing piece of history !

Concentration camp AUSCHWITZ red yellow triangle star of David Jewish political prisoner PATCH ripped from jacket from an inmate survivor

Concentration camp AUSCHWITZ red yellow triangle star of David Jewish political prisoner PATCH

Concentration camp AUSCHWITZ red yellow triangle star of David Jewish political prisoner PATCH ripped from jacket from an inmate survivor

$695.00

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Concentration camp AUSCHWITZ red yellow triangle star of David Jewish political prisoner PATCH ripped from jacket from an inmate survivor

bought from the relatives. the survivor cut his patch to keep it as a souvenir.

inmate was at AUSCHWITZ, then transfered to DACHAU and survived.

red triangle with yellow triangle = Jewish political prisoner

Concentration camp survivor PATCH - red triangle political - passport photos ID of liberation and more

Concentration camp survivor PATCH red triangle political passport photos ID liberation holocaust polish poland

Concentration camp survivor PATCH - red triangle political - passport photos ID of liberation and more

$399.00

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Concentration camp survivor PATCH - red triangle political - passport photos ID of liberation and more

amazing HOLOCAUST grouping
all from the same Polish guy + a passport from his wife.

- red political P red triangle uniform PATCH
- some photos ID from liberation of camp DANZIG
- 3-4 documents
- some work labour flip book with many stamps

IMPORTANT NOTICE : you will see on the photo a passport with a woman photo on it, IT IS NOT PART OF THAT SET.

see all photos
great piece of history !

SCARCE Concentration Camp TREBLIKA survivor inmate jacket with blue triangle patch uniform

original Concentration Camp TREBLIKA survivor inmate jacket patch uniform

SCARCE Concentration Camp TREBLIKA survivor inmate jacket with blue triangle patch uniform

$2,995.00

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SCARCE Concentration Camp TREBLIKA survivor inmate jacket with blue triangle patch uniform

TREBLINKA was the second biggest EXTERMINATION camp. Not a lot of forced labor there or around like at Auschwitz.
The people who went there were to be exterminated.
so not a lot of survivor had the chance to get out of it alive, unfortunately.

i never see another jacket from that camp in 28 years of collecting.
heavily worn, this should be in a museum of used to teach the Holocaust.
NOT INTENT to be sold for other purpose.

Treblinka was the second-deadliest extermination camp to be built and operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II. It was in a forest north-east of Warsaw, 4 km (2.5 mi) south of the village of Treblinka in what is now the Masovian Voivodeship. The camp operated between 23 July 1942 and 19 October 1943 as part of Operation Reinhard, the deadliest phase of the Final Solution.[6] During this time, it is estimated that between 700,000 and 900,000 Jews were murdered in its gas chambers, along with 2,000 Romani people. More Jews were murdered at Treblinka than at any other Nazi extermination camp apart from Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Managed by the German SS with assistance from Trawniki guards – recruited from among Soviet POWs to serve with the Germans – the camp consisted of two separate units. Treblinka I was a forced-labour camp (Arbeitslager) whose prisoners worked in the gravel pit or irrigation area and in the forest, where they cut wood to fuel the cremation pits. Between 1941 and 1944, more than half of its 20,000 inmates were murdered via shootings, hunger, disease and mistreatment.

The second camp, Treblinka II, was an extermination camp (Vernichtungslager), referred to euphemistically as the SS-Sonderkommando Treblinka by the Nazis. A small number of Jewish men who were not murdered immediately upon arrival became members of its Sonderkommando whose jobs included being forced to bury the victims' bodies in mass graves. These bodies were exhumed in 1943 and cremated on large open-air pyres along with the bodies of new victims. Gassing operations at Treblinka II ended in October 1943 following a revolt by the prisoners in early August. Several Trawniki guards were killed and 200 prisoners escaped from the camp; almost a hundred survived the subsequent pursuit. The camp was dismantled in late 1943. A farmhouse for a watchman was built on the site and the ground ploughed over in an attempt to hide the evidence of genocide.

Arrival of the Soviets
In late July 1944, Soviet forces approached from the east. The departing Germans, who had already destroyed most direct evidence of genocidal intent, burned surrounding villages to the ground, including 761 buildings in Poniatowo, Prostyń, and Grądy. Many families were murdered. The fields of grain that had once fed the SS were burned. On 19 August 1944, German forces blew up the church in Prostyń and its bell tower, the last defensive strongpoint against the Red Army in the area. When the Soviets entered Treblinka on 16 August, the extermination zone had been levelled, ploughed over, and planted with lupins. What remained, wrote visiting Soviet war correspondent Vasily Grossman, were small pieces of bone in the soil, human teeth, scraps of paper and fabric, broken dishes, jars, shaving brushes, rusted pots and pans, cups of all sizes, mangled shoes, and lumps of human hair. The road leading to the camp was pitch black. Until mid-1944 human ashes (up to 20 carts every day) had been regularly strewn by the remaining prisoners along the road for 2 km (1.2 mi) in the direction of Treblinka I. When the war ended, destitute and starving locals started walking up the Black Road (as they began to call it) in search of man-made nuggets shaped from melted gold in order to buy bread.

WW2 German Nazi oil on cardboad handmade paiting of a MG42 machine gun - soldier frame wartime

WW2 German Nazi oil on cardboad handmade paiting of a MG42 machine gun - soldier frame wartime

WW2 German Nazi oil on cardboad handmade paiting of a MG42 machine gun - soldier frame wartime

$199.00

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WW2 German Nazi oil on cardboad handmade paiting of a MG42 machine gun - soldier frame wartime

Painting of a German machine gunner, oil on cardboard, made war time.
Size of painting 16 x 20 cm, signed V.M.R.
This is the MG 42 machine gun, one of the most feared assault weapons of World War II. world. war.

Adolf Hitler personal belongings book from his personal library in the Berghof - stamped Third Reich Fuhrer

Adolf Hitler personal belongings book from his personal library in the Berghof - stamped Third Reich Fuhrer

Adolf Hitler personal belongings book from his personal library in the Berghof - stamped Third Reich Fuhrer

$599.00

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a great piece of history !
directly from the personal library of ADOLF HITLER, he probably read that book !!!

it's a serie, i have 4, 2 left only, so the one you will get may be slightly different with the content inside, but all are stamped BERGHOF the same...
price is for ONE ONLY.

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