A photo album, quarto-sized, measuring 12-1/2"x 9-1/2" x 2-1/2" and weighing 7-1/2 lbs, containing 58 pages, each separated by a tissue, on which are mounted to both sides 389 black-and-white and 17 color postcards and souvenir photos chronicling the rise of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party from the freikorps days in 1918 to slightly beyond the Fall of France in 1940. The album was probably put together by a member of the SA (Sturmabteilung) or "Brownshirts" as they were known, given that many of the images relate to SA activities (and violence) and the leaders of the organization, such as Hans Ulrich Klinntzsach and Ernst Rohm. The postcards and photos include a variety of images of Adolf Hitler and other Nazi Party luminaries, anti-Semitic propaganda and military images including street battles in Berlin and other German cities after WWI, and continuing to the invasions of Czechoslovakia, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Belgium and France, and further depictions of bombing in London and some of the earlier actions against the British in North Africa. The postcards and photos are pasted into the album, mostly 3 or 4 to a page, and are in Very Good condition. The album itself, unfortunately, is of cheap make and the cover has become separated. Rockville Non-Retail Listings. (Inventory #: 13-66-1263824)
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