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Werner von Blomberg

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Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), Führer and Reich Chancellor of Nazi Germany, 1933-1945.  Fine condition partially printed, partially typed Document Signed, Adolf Hitler, one page, 8¼" x 11¾", Berchtesgaden [Germany], July 27, 1935. Countersigned, Göring and Blomberg, by Hermann Wilhelm Göring (1893-1946), Nazi Reichsmarshall and Luftwaffe commander-in-chief, and Field Marshal Werner Eduard Fritz von Blomberg (1878-1946), Nazi Minister of War and commander-in-chief of the armed forces, 1935-1938.  In German, with translation.

This is a very uncommon, triple-signed document in which Hitler, acting "in the name of the Reich,” appoints Hans Pampe to be a Luftwaffe, or air force, major.  It is accompanied by a photograph of Hitler, Göring, and von Blomberg and various papers relating to Pampe's military service in World War I and thereafter through June 1940.

As Reichsmarschall, Göring was the highest ranking member of the German armed forces in World War II.  Von Blomberg was the first general Field Marshal whom Hitler appointed.

This document bears a large blind-embossed Nazi eagle seal. Hitler, Göring, and von Blomberg have all signed with bold fountain pen signatures. The document has a few wrinkles, a small stain and a docket note at the top edge, and typical filing holes, but it is in fine condition overall.

We reject Nazism and all that it represented.  We nevertheless offer this document because Nazism, although despised, played a large role in the history of the 20th Century.  This piece would be a nice addition to any World War II or German military collection.




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