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Germany continued...

Ansichtskarten: Propaganda continued...
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
27551 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, ungarische Metall-Feldpostkarte mit Abbildung Panzer und Luftwaffe, postalisch gelaufen mit Flecken. (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€80.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27552 Brief (cover) image1944. Very rare Victor-Emmanuel 25c stamp overprinted Italia Repubblicana Base Atlantica for use in the 'Kessel' or 'pocket' naval submarine base at Bordeaux in the last stages of WWII after the Allied landing at Normandy and subsequent fall of France. With handstamp of the submarine command on the reverse (with German Feldpost number 28986), and Subacq. Italiane Atlantico (Subacqua = underwater / submarine) cancels on the front, along with various censors. Absolutely original and quite rare. The label in the upper left is a German label, prepared for the Italians, saying how their new [V] weapons will destroy England. Incidentally, this is the actual cover (small faults) used to illustrate the usage of the label on the Psywarrior website.
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Currently...€800.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27553 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944. Scarce original Waffen SS propaganda card showing the barracks for the Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler (LSSAH) in Berlin, used as a Feldpost from the LSSAH with Dienstsiegel of the unit and open address from the 1st Panzer Division. Very slightly worn, excellent condition.
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Currently...€100.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27554 image1944. Original WWII Propaganda Flugblatter / leaflet about the V1 attacks on England, datelined Stockholm, Sweden, 1944. Very large, four page (1 tabloid-size page, ca 37x25cm unfolded) illustrated document outlining the fate awaiting England under the then-falling V1 buzz-bombs.
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Currently...€80.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27555 image1944. Original WWII Propaganda Flugblatter / leaflet about the V1 attacks on England, datelined Stockholm, Sweden, 1944. Very large, four page (1 tabloid-size page, ca 37x25cm unfolded) illustrated document outlining the fate awaiting England under the then-falling V1 buzz-bombs.
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Currently...€80.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27556 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, One of the rare "Shadow over England" series of leaflets distributed over Allied troops as they fought up the boot of Italy in 1944-5. This is leaflet numbered AI-090-8-44; "AI" stands for Propaganda Abschnitts Offizer Italien. Each in the series depicts V1's, aka 'Doodlebugs' and 'Flying Robots', flying towards/over England. The text on the reverse reproduces contemporary reports excerpted from English newspapers to let the front line know what was happening back home during the Blitz.
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Currently...€400.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27557 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, One of the rare "Shadow over England" series of leaflets distributed over Allied troops as they fought up the boot of Italy in 1944-5. This is leaflet numbered AI-091-8-44; "AI" stands for Propaganda Abschnitts Offizer Italien. Each in the series depicts V1's, aka 'Doodlebugs' and 'Flying Robots', flying towards/over England. The text on the reverse reproduces contemporary reports excerpted from English newspapers to let the front line know what was happening back home during the Blitz.
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Currently...€400.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27558 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, One of the rare "Shadow over England" series of leaflets distributed over Allied troops as they fought up the boot of Italy in 1944-5. This is leaflet numbered AI-092-8-44; "AI" stands for Propaganda Abschnitts Offizer Italien. Each in the series depicts V1's, aka 'Doodlebugs' and 'Flying Robots', flying towards/over England. The text on the reverse reproduces contemporary
reports excerpted from English newspapers to let the front line know what was happening back home during the Blitz.
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Currently...€400.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27559 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, One of the rare "Shadow over England" series of leaflets distributed over Allied troops as they fought up the boot of Italy in 1944-5. This is leaflet numbered AI-093-8-44; "AI" stands for Propaganda Abschnitts Offizer Italien. Each in the series depicts V1's, aka 'Doodlebugs' and 'Flying Robots', flying towards/over England. The text on the reverse reproduces contemporary reports excerpted from English newspapers to let the front line know what was happening back home during the Blitz, minimal stains.
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Currently...€400.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27560 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, One of the rare "Shadow over England" series of leaflets distributed over Allied troops as they fought up the boot of Italy in 1944-5. This is leaflet numbered AI-094-8-44; "AI" stands for Propaganda Abschnitts Offizer Italien. Each in the series depicts V1's, aka 'Doodlebugs' and 'Flying Robots', flying towards/over England. The text on the reverse reproduces contemporary reports excerpted from English newspapers to let the front line know what was happening back home during the Blitz.
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Currently...€400.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27561 image1944. "Depuis le 15 juin 1944 a 23 h. 40" - dropped over the French population by airplane, early August 1944. 4-page, large-format (ca21.5x27.5) leaflet with French text informing the French, that the Germans have begun to launch the V1 against the Allies in retaliation for bombing the cities of Europe and that the new weapon will give them the final victory. Small flaws, tears.
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Currently...€80.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27562 image1944. The Other Side No 3. Rocket leaflet prepared by the Germans for the Allies, extolling their secret weapon, the V1 rocket. This series is quite rare, with only a handful known to exist in England. There is a great article on the V1 leaflets on the Psywar website. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. It's a four page (single fold) newspaper giving the current 'news', with a German slant, of course. Showing deployment burns at top. Issue number three was deployed over the Netherlands.
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Currently...€300.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27563 image1944. Broadway Melody Semi-Nude Burlesque Georgia 1 Propaganda Leaflet. One of the so-called 'Georgia' sexual propaganda leaflets prepared by the Germans and dropped on the Allies in Italy. A series of six -- this is Georgia No1, leaflet 182/10 44. Produced by the Südstern (Southern Star) organization at the end of 1944. Size ca 5.75x8.25 inches.
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Currently...€140.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27564 image1944. An extremely rare leaflet dropped once (or at least found only once) at a V1 crash site in southeast England. The text "Do you like that? You do? You may not in a months time! Air Raid on Cologne June 28/29, 1943" and then an arrow points to the other side, which displays a stack of bodies, mostly children, gathered after the Cologne raid. Only a handful known. Worn and creased.
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Currently...€1,600.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27565 image1944. Only Copy outside the Imperial War Museum. V1 Flown "A Splendid Decision" Rocket Propaganda Leaflet.A V1-flown leaflet dropped in southeast England on 28 August 1944. There are only two known -- this one, and the one in the Imperial War museum -- an impossibly rare V1 leaflet used as the illustrative piece in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets'. The photo on the back is of German air-raid victims from an unnamed town.
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Currently...€3,500.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27566 image1944. Original WWII V1 flown leaflet from rocket that exploded in Lancashire, Germany Christmas-time 1944, with the ID and photo of the finder's family. V1 POW Post are among the rarest known rocket leaflet series; prepared by the Germans for the Allies. Only a handful known to exist. These reproduce actual letters from British POWs. The idea was that the families of the POWs would respond to these letters, giving the Germans an idea of when/where the bombs were hitting, so as to provide feedback on their accuracy. The British authorities realized this and attempted to gather and destroy them all, which is another reason for their scarcity. It wasn't known at the time whether the letters were real or not, but after enough of the original letters turned up they proved that indeed the Germans were copying real POW letters. At least one POW's family (by published report) first learned that their son survived by way of one of these V1 rocket leaflets.
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Currently...€2,200.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27567 image1944. V1 POW Post Rocket Flown Leaflet V1/3. V1 POW Post Flugblätter / rocket leaflet that was dropped on Radcliffe, England, December 24, 1944 by a V1 rocket launched from a German aircraft -- the direct forerunner of today's air-launched missiles. V1 POW Post are among the rarest known rocket leaflet series prepared by the Germans for the Allies. Only a handful of each (V1/1-6,and No22) are known to exist. These reproduce actual letters from British POWs. The idea was that the families of the POWs would respond to these letters, giving the Germans an idea of when/where the bombs were hitting, so as to provide feedback on their accuracy. The British authorities realized this and attempted to gather and destroy them all, which is another reason for their scarcity. It wasn't known at the time whether the letters were real or not, but after enough of the original letters turned up they proved that indeed the Germans were copying real POW letters. At least one POW's family (by published r (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€2,200.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27568 image1944. V1 Rocket Flown Signal Magazine Nr 17. Called a Flugblatter / rocket leaflet, but it's actually a reduced version of the regular Signal magazine, distributed throughout the occupied German territories. This series is extremely rare, with only a handful known to exist. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. This one starts on page 3 with the table of contents, and continues to page 38, missing pages 20-22 (as printed; they weren't included in the V1 version). Dropped on Manchester England, December 24, 1944.
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Currently...€3,000.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27569 image1944. V1 Re-Flown English Rocket Propaganda Leaflet. for Germans. This lot is an unusual one -- it is a propaganda leaflet prepared by the Brits for the Germans. The Germans then put it in a V1 and fired it *back* at England. Found at the crash site of a V-1 at Woodford, England in August of 1944. This comes from the collection of Joseph Nagl, the finest extant (2011) collection of V1 propaganda literature.
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Currently...€500.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27570 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1944, V1-flown leaflet for the Belgians as the Allies flooded over the country. "'Ca c'etait une bombe volante - dediee aux soldats americains et anglais!' - date of the find: October, 1944 - site of the find: St. Vith, Belgium - flown with V1. Single-sided imprint with French text, warning the civilian population of incoming V1 bombardments. The intended mass flight would have congested the roads to a point where it would have greatly hampered the advancing Allied armies. A rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets'.
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Currently...€300.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27571 image1945. Rare V1 leaflet for Allied troops "Medical Bulletin From Stalag XII A" describing an Allied bomb attack on an Allied POW camp in Germany (obviously a mistake). Conditions of some of the injured survivors are given individually, along with a description of the heroic medical work of the German medical staff. Wrinkled, with tape stain, marginal tears, etc. A rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets' -- this leaflet is the actual item illustrated in the book. Date of the find: early 1945 - site of the find: Belgium/Netherlands - flown with V1. 2-side leaflet with print on both sides informing about the Allied air raid on 23.12.1944 on the P.O.W. camp Stalag XII A near Limburg/Lahn. During the air raid 55 prisoners were killed and more than 100 were injured. The leaflet also contains 10 letters of Dr. Schmidt-Schwarzenberg, head surgeon of the camp, to the relatives of wounded prisoners with the request (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€1,000.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27572 image1945. V1 POW Post are among the rarest known rocket leaflet series, and this is one of the scarcest of those; only a handful known to exist. These reproduce actual letters from British POWs. The idea was that the families of the POWs would respond to these letters, giving the Germans an idea of when/where the bombs were hitting, so as to provide feedback on their accuracy. The British authorities realized this and attempted to gather and destroy them all, which is another reason for their scarcity. It wasn't known at the time whether the letters were real or not, but after enough of the original letters turned up they proved that indeed the Germans were copying real POW letters. At least one POW's family (by published report) first learned that their son survived by way of one of these V1 rocket leaflets. A rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagle Jr collection cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets' -- this leaflet is the actual item illustrated in the bo (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€2,000.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27573 image1945. V1 POW Post are among the rarest known rocket leaflet series; prepared by the Germans for the Allies. Only a handful known to exist. There is a great article on these V1 leaflets on the Psywarrior website. These reproduce actual letters from British POWs. The idea was that the families of the POWs would respond to these letters, giving the Germans an idea of when/where the bombs were hitting, so as to provide feedback on their accuracy. The British authorities realized this and attempted to gather and destroy them all, which is another reason for their scarcity. It wasn't known at the time whether the letters were real or not, but after enough of the original letters turned up they proved that indeed the Germans were copying real POW letters. At least one POW's family (by published report) first learned that their son survived by way of one of these V1 rocket leaflets. This piece came from a world-class V1 collection which actually has one of the original POW letters in it by way (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€2,000.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27574 image1945. V1-flown leaflet for Allied troops in the Netherlands. "Facts Figures Faces - December 29, 1944" (#3). Contains articles about the 'First US Army smashed' and others. This leaflet was found at a V1 crash site in January of 1945 by a farmer near Pfalz, Germany; the launcher had its ramp pointed to Liege, Belgium. A rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets'.
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Currently...€1,000.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27575 image1945. 3rd Reich Germany V1 Rocket Flown Signal Magazine Nr E.18 One Man Torpedo. Called a Flugblätter / rocket leaflet, but it's actually a reduced version of the regular Signal magazine, distributed throughout the occupied German territories. This V1 series is extremely rare, with only a handful in total of all issues known to exist. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. Date of the find: 04.04.1945 - site of the find: Grossel, Netherlands - flown with V1. 40-page miniature issue of the Signal magazine no. 18 in English language with a picture of a German soldier piloting a suicide 'one-man torpedo' on the cover page. The Signal magazines flown with V1 are identical to the regular Signal magazines in circulation (except for the size and color pages) that were printed by the Deutscher Verlag under authorization of the German High Command (OKW) and the F (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€2,500.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27576 image1945. V1 Propaganda Leaflet POW Letters "What An American Thinks About This War!" Reproducing letters from a father to his POW son. There is some tape stain at the top, and is a bit tattered, as it was found at a V1 crash site near Matsbos, Holland, early in 1945. A very scarce item, with very few traceable auction appearances.
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Currently...€1,400.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27577 image1945. V1 Rocket Flown Leaflet The Other Side Nr 2. Rocket leaflet prepared by the Germans for the Allies, extolling their secret weapon, the V1 rocket. This series is quite rare, with only a handful known to exist in England. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. It's a four page (single fold) newspaper giving the current 'news', with a German slant, of course.
For this lot an additional 7% for Import Expenses (Taxes) will be charged. (Image) (image1) (image2) (image3) (All Scans)

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Currently...€500.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27578 image1945. "Vliegende Bommen" - SK 496. 2-page printed leaflet with Dutch text that only differ in the font: "The English claim, that flying bombs are still being shot at London in South England. That is very likely, as long as the occupying forces are still in control of the northern provinces of our country. Once they are driven from the Netherlands, London should be freed from the danger of the flying bombs. A freed Netherlands is of utmost importance for a safe London. But... when the flying bombs can not be shot as easily anymore at England, where should they fly to then? The Germans will certainly not stow them in the attic. They will certainly be aimed at another target! Which target, that is more then obvious! A safe London - at the expense of a devestated Netherlands! Just think about it!". The SK in the coding stands for "Skorpion West", the organisation responsible for propaganda at the Western front. Flaws, including small tears and dirt. Very scarce.
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Currently...€120.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27579 image1945, "Vliegende Bommen" - SK 496. 2-page printed leaflet with Dutch text that only differ in the font: "The English claim, that flying bombs are still being shot at London in South England. That is very likely, as long as the occupying forces are still in control of the northern provinces of our country. Once they are driven from the Netherlands, London should be freed from the danger of the flying bombs. A freed Netherlands is of utmost importance for a safe London. But... when the flying bombs can not be shot as easily anymore at England, where should they fly to then? The Germans will certainly not stow them in the attic. They will certainly be aimed at another target! Which target, that is more then obvious! A safe London - at the expense of a devestated Netherlands! Just think about it!". The SK in the coding stands for "Skorpion West", the organisation responsible for propaganda at the Western front. Flaws, including small tears and dirt. Very scarce.
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Currently...€300.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27580 image1945. An extremely rare leaflet dropped once (or at least found only once) at a V1 crash site in Watten, France. The text "Do you like that? You don't? Then tell Mr. Churchill! Air Raid on Hamburg July 27/28, 1943" and then an arrow points to the other side, which displays dead women in a shop front after the Hamburg raid. Damaged. Only a couple known -- a rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection as cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets' -- this leaflet is the actual item illustrated in the book and as is the one used on the excellent PsyWarrior.com website.
For this lot an additional 7% for Import Expenses (Taxes) will be charged. (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€600.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27581 image1945, An extremely rare leaflet (E.121/9a) dropped once; found in Kent, England. The text "Do you like that? You do? You may not in a months time! Air Raid on Berlin November 22nd, 1943" and then an arrow points to the other side, which displays rows of dead civilians after the Berlin raid. Only a bare handful known -- a rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection as cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets' -- this leaflet is the actual item illustrated in the book and is also the same one used on the excellent PsyWarrior.com website.
For this lot an additional 7% for Import Expenses (Taxes) will be charged. (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€1,600.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27582 image1945. V1 Rocket Flown Leaflet The Other Side Nr 5. Rocket leaflet prepared by the Germans for the Allies, extolling their secret weapon, the V1 rocket. This series is quite rare, with only a handful known to exist in England. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. It's a four page (single fold) newspaper giving the current 'news', with a German slant, of course. Very worn. Issue number five was deployed over the Netherlands.
For this lot an additional 7% for Import Expenses (Taxes) will be charged. (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€350.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27583 image1945. V1 Rocket Flown Leaflet The Other Side Nr 6. Rocket leaflet prepared by the Germans for the Allies, extolling their secret weapon, the V1 rocket. This series is quite rare, with only a handful known to exist in England. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. It's a four page (single fold) newspaper giving the current 'news', with a German slant, of course. Very worn, torn. Issue number six was deployed over the Netherlands and Belgium.
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Currently...€350.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27584 image1945. V1 Rocket Flown People of Berlin Propaganda Leaflet. V1 leaflet for Allied troops: 'The People of Berlin' dropped on the Antwerp, Belgium area on 10 March 1945. "The People of Berlin including all prisoners of war and foreign workers hereby award "The Order of The White Feather the symbol of The Yellow Heart to Lieutenant-General Spaatz United States Aircorps for conspicuous cowardice and conduct thoroughly becoming to a sadist". In England the white feather was given for cowardice -- see one of the many filmings of 'The Four Feathers'. Small tear and was folded. A rare V1 leaflet with its provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets'.
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Currently...€800.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27585 image1945. V1-flown leaflet for Allied troops in the Netherlands. "'Know Ye by these Presents'" - site of the find: Netherlands - flown with V1 and dropped on the Americans in Holland in the aftermath of the Battle of the Bulge in Feb 1945. Leaflet printed on both sides; the English text invites General Dwight D. Eisenhower to come to Hungary with a self-chosen delegation and see the victims of the 'bestial' Bolsheviks [Russians] and witness the atrocities they committed. An identical leaflet, coded SKJ 2012 and in a different format, was shelled to American troops in Northwest Europe. Days after the V1 version was dropped it was reproduced on another leaflet with an additional text and a prominent "NO ANSWER"; this was disseminated by aircraft. On the back was the famous French WW-I cartoon "C'est sa main".' A rare V1 leaflet with provenance from the Joseph Nagl Jr collection cited in Auckland's work 'V1 Rocket Propaganda Leaflets'.
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Currently...€800.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27586 image1945. An rare V1 leaflet E.121/b12 found at a V1 crash site in southeast England, and also at two launch sites in France. This particular example was found in a launch site in Watten, France in early 1945. The text "Do you like that? You don't? Then tell Mr. Churchill! Air Raid on Hamburg July 27/28th, 1943" and then an arrow points to the other side, which displays a stack of female bodies, gathered after the Hamburg raid.Only a handful known. Damaged.
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Currently...€600.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27587 image1945. The Other Side No 4. Rocket leaflet prepared by the Germans for the Allies, extolling their secret weapon, the V1 rocket. This series is quite rare, with only a handful known to exist in England. There is a great article on the V1 leaflets on the Psywar website. This sheet was dropped on Liege, Belgium by V1 missile during the Battle of the Bulge in the last stages of the war (March 16, 1945), according to the notes from the collector. Some V1's carried, in additional to their explosive payload, a small canister of leaflets which were deployed around the site of impact -- this is one of the few survivors. It's a four page (single fold,heavy creased and some tears) newspaper giving the current 'news', with a German slant, of course.
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Currently...€300.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27588 Ansichtskarte (Picture postcard) image1945, Anti-NS, Leporello mit 5 Karten Niederlande, alle ungebraucht und in sehr guter Erhaltung. (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€50.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27589 image1945. "Nederlanders!" - (SK) 615/H 6 - date of the find: early 1945 - site of the find: Netherlands - flown with V1. One-sidedly printed leaflet with Dutch text: "You too were hit by fate hard and without mercy. You have to leave your house and farm due to the developments on the front. It is an urgent necessity, because firstly a civilian population does not belong into a war zone and secondly it is for your own safety. Or do you think it is better to life live in fear day and night, hoping to live to see the next day? A lot, lot worse is it for you to know that it is your fellow countrymen that point their cannons on their own villages and cities. Without mercy the hail of grenades is thrown onto the areas inhabited by the civilian population. What do they care about the lives of their own countrymen? Nothing, absolutely nothing! It was not Germany, that let Holland sink so low! England alone and a small clique of paid court speculators and criminal politicians plunged Holland into t (Image) (image1) (All Scans)

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Currently...€250.00
Closing..Feb-20, 01:00 AM
27590 image1946. British Home Office Letter regarding "German propaganda leaflets carried in Flying bombs" - 09.12.1946. A reply letters of the "Home Office, Civil Defence Department, London" to a leaflet collector regarding V1 leaflets, documenting the fact that they were at Radcliffe on the night of December 23-24, 1946 and that the police had instructions to gather all of the leaflets they could find. This is one of the reasons that V1 flown leaflets are so hard to find.
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