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Waffen SS amazing photos album - SS Fanfare, SS totenkopf flags, Josef Goebbels, Rudolf Hess, panzer, tank, jewish killing corpes, WOW

Waffen SS photos album SS Fanfare totenkopf flags Josef Goebbels Rudolf Hess panzer tank jewish killing corpes

Waffen SS amazing photos album - SS Fanfare, SS totenkopf flags, Josef Goebbels, Rudolf Hess, panzer, tank, jewish killing corpes, WOW

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Waffen SS amazing photos album - SS Fanfare, SS totenkopf flags, Josef Goebbels, Rudolf Hess, panzer, tank, jewish killing corpes, WOW

one of the best photos album i have seen in 25 years !!!

many original period photos showing SS soldiers, jewish mass killing, corpes, tanks, panzers, battles, etc...
many period postcards with Goebbels, Hess, SS TOTENKOPF flags - helmets, etc...

German 1938 Commemorative Sudetenland Medal award in nice case

German 1938 Commemorative Sudetenland Medal award in nice case

German 1938 Commemorative Sudetenland Medal award in nice case

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German 1938 Commemorative Sudetenland Medal award in nice case

Instituted on 18 October 1938, the medal was awarded to participants in the occupations of Sudetenland in October 1938 and Czechoslovakia in March 1939.[2]

The medal was awarded to all German State officials and members of the German Wehrmacht and SS who entered the Sudetenland on 18 October 1938, and to Sudeten Nazis who had worked for union with Germany. Later a special bar for attachment to the ribbon was introduced for participation in the occupation of the remnants of Czechoslovakia on 15 March 1939, and to others who rendered valuable support. Last awarded on 31 December 1940, a total of 1,162,617 medals and 134,563 bars were bestowed.

The wearing of Nazi era awards was banned in 1945. The Sudetenland medal was not among those awards reauthorized for official wear by the Federal Republic of Germany in 1957.

Design
The medal was circular and similar in appearance as the Anschluss Medal, the reverse only differed in the date. It was designed by Professor Richard Klein. On the obverse a man holding the Nazi flag stands on a podium bearing the eagle emblem of the Third Reich. He assists a second man onto the podium, whose right arm bears a broken shackle. This symbolizes the joining of the area to the Reich. On the reverse is the inscription date "1. Oktober 1938" (1 October 1938). The date is surrounded with the words "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer" (One People, One Nation, One Leader).

The medal was die-struck and high in detail, with a bronze finish. It was suspended from a striped black, red, black ribbon and white outer stripes, the colors of the Sudetenland.

EASTERN FRONT OST MEDAL WINTERSCHLACHT AWARD SOVIET BATTLE Ostmedaille mint

EASTERN FRONT OST MEDAL WINTERSCHLACHT AWARD SOVIET BATTLE Ostmedaille mint

EASTERN FRONT OST MEDAL WINTERSCHLACHT AWARD SOVIET BATTLE Ostmedaille mint

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EASTERN FRONT OST MEDAL WINTERSCHLACHT AWARD SOVIET BATTLE Ostmedaille

mint condition, long ribbon

The Eastern Medal (German: Ostmedaille), officially the Winter Battle in the East 1941–42 Medal (German: Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42), was a military award of the Wehrmacht which was created by ordinance of Adolf Hitler on 26 May 1942.[1]

The Eastern Medal was awarded to any member of the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS "in recognition of experience in the struggle against the Bolshevik enemy and the Russian winter within the period from 15 November 1941 to 15 April 1942." It was also awarded posthumously to any service member who died in the line of duty within the Soviet Union.[2] It was wryly called the Frozen Meat Medal or the "Order of the Frozen Flesh" (German: Gefrierfleischorden).

WW2 GERMAN WAFFEN SS TOTENKOPF PANZER GRENADIER EAST FRONT BATTLE RELIC FOUND M42 SINGLE DECAL SS HELMET + DOG TAG SS ID

WW2 GERMAN WAFFEN SS TOTENKOPF PANZER GRENADIER EAST FRONT BATTLE RELIC FOUND M42 SINGLE DECAL SS HELMET WITH DOG TAG

WW2 GERMAN WAFFEN SS TOTENKOPF PANZER GRENADIER EAST FRONT BATTLE RELIC FOUND M42 SINGLE DECAL SS HELMET + DOG TAG SS ID

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M42 SINGLE DECAL SS TOTENKOPF HELMET

RELIC FOUND IN RUSSIA - EAST FRON SOVIET BATTLE RELIC.

FOUND WITH 1/4 OF THE DOG TAG - WE SEE ON IT A TOTENKOPF SS PANZER DIVISION

WHICH IS THE MOST FAMOUS SS DIVISION - EVERYTHING FROM THIS DIVISION WORTH LOT OF $$$$$

SS DECAL IS STILL PRETTY WELL VISIBLE AND REMAIN COMPLETE.

AMAZING PIECE - HIGHLY HISTORICAL !!! - VERY AFFORDABLE PRICE FOR A SS HELMET 100000% ORIGINAL THAT ACTUALLY MADE WAR!!!

NO STAMPS REMAIN VISIBILE ON THE INSIDE.

SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

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SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

THE BEST OF THEM ALL, THE ONE WITH THE REICH EAGLE.
AMAZING CONDITION, FROM THE WELHELM FELSCHE FABRIK

EXTREMELY RARE TO FIND, AMAZING PIECE OF HISTORY !
NO ONE HAVE ONE FOR SALE, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE !

Scho-ka-kola is a chocolate spiced with caffeine, pervitin and methamphetamine. It was commonly used by the Wehrmacht and SS and was also known as pilot chocolate or something since pilots would eat this to stay hydrated woke and energized.

In World War II, Scho-Ka-Kola was colloquially known as the "Aviator Chocolate" (German Fliegerschokolade), as it was commonly provided with Luftwaffe pilot and crew rations, to induce or extend wakefulness and alertness, especially on night-bombing missions, and was also issued to flight-crews in blue canisters as emergency sea-survival rations (German Seenotpackung).

Original retail canister in 1941, scho-ka-kola printed in lowercase Fraktur calligraphy.
Scho-Ka-Kola was also issued during World War II to German tank crews, as well as German U-boat crews and the German Army. During the occupation period it was also distributed to the German population by the Allies. German Wehrmacht-issue Scho-Ka-Kola were designated 'Wehrmacht Packung' on the container underside, issued in either the metal tin or cardboard container version.

Scho-Ka-Kola is mentioned three times in Johann Voss's World War II autobiography, Black Edelweiss. "Johann Voss", real name unknown, joins the Waffen-SS in 1943 at only 17. He ends up in Northern Finland as an SS mountain ranger, and participates in heavy fighting against the Russians. When things go particularly bad, round tin boxes of Scho-Ka-Kola are issued to the troops. He also claims that during the Battle of the Bulge (particularly, the town of Reipertsweiler, in which Voss participated in a German victory), Scho-Ka-Kola was given to captured American troops as an act of respect for their bravery. Voss details Scho-Ka-Kola in the footnotes, calling the chocolate "pure luxury" and explains that each round tin contains two discs of dark chocolate, laced with caffeine from coffee beans.

SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN THIRD REICH EAGLE PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

$365.00

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SCHO-KA-KOLA TIN CAN WITH THE THIRD REICH EAGLE - PERVITIN CRYSTAL METH DRUGS

THE BEST OF THEM ALL, THE ONE WITH THE REICH EAGLE.
AMAZING CONDITION, FROM THE WELHELM FELSCHE FABRIK

EXTREMELY RARE TO FIND, AMAZING PIECE OF HISTORY !
NO ONE HAVE ONE FOR SALE, THIS IS YOUR CHANCE !

Scho-ka-kola is a chocolate spiced with caffeine, pervitin and methamphetamine. It was commonly used by the Wehrmacht and SS and was also known as pilot chocolate or something since pilots would eat this to stay hydrated woke and energized.

In World War II, Scho-Ka-Kola was colloquially known as the "Aviator Chocolate" (German Fliegerschokolade), as it was commonly provided with Luftwaffe pilot and crew rations, to induce or extend wakefulness and alertness, especially on night-bombing missions, and was also issued to flight-crews in blue canisters as emergency sea-survival rations (German Seenotpackung).

Original retail canister in 1941, scho-ka-kola printed in lowercase Fraktur calligraphy.
Scho-Ka-Kola was also issued during World War II to German tank crews, as well as German U-boat crews and the German Army. During the occupation period it was also distributed to the German population by the Allies. German Wehrmacht-issue Scho-Ka-Kola were designated 'Wehrmacht Packung' on the container underside, issued in either the metal tin or cardboard container version.

Scho-Ka-Kola is mentioned three times in Johann Voss's World War II autobiography, Black Edelweiss. "Johann Voss", real name unknown, joins the Waffen-SS in 1943 at only 17. He ends up in Northern Finland as an SS mountain ranger, and participates in heavy fighting against the Russians. When things go particularly bad, round tin boxes of Scho-Ka-Kola are issued to the troops. He also claims that during the Battle of the Bulge (particularly, the town of Reipertsweiler, in which Voss participated in a German victory), Scho-Ka-Kola was given to captured American troops as an act of respect for their bravery. Voss details Scho-Ka-Kola in the footnotes, calling the chocolate "pure luxury" and explains that each round tin contains two discs of dark chocolate, laced with caffeine from coffee beans.

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