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1. Military

 

   1.01 Certificates; Identification cards

   1.08 Collection of soldiers’ language

   1.02 Service record book for N. Kohlmeier

   1.09 Bearers of the Knights Cross

   1.03 Pay slips

   1.10 Waffen-SS

   1.04 Holidays

   1.11 Bulletin of Ferrostahl Essen 1940/41

   1.05 Discharge

   1.12   Military administration in the West

   1.06 Works manager to work-fellows in the field

   1.13 Various

   1.07 Special courses, „Letters for Soldiers”

 

2. Soldiers killed in action and wounded

 

   2.01 Marriage broking for wounded soldiers

   2.05 Obituaries in the newspapers

   2.02 Letters to the relatives

   2.06 Letters of condolence

   2.03 Death cards

   2.07 For mothers and wives

   of soldiers killed in action

   2.04 Obituary cards; Expressions of thanks

   2.08 Various

3. Military souvenir magazines

 

   3.01 a.v. ballad, Freising

   3.04 Christmas of the unit 2.

   L.Art.Ers.Abt. 157, Munich 1940

   3.02 Administration department,

   Munich March 1940

   3.05 Magazine Russia May 1942

   3.03 Christmas of the unit

   31/XIII, France 1940

   3.06 Unit 1/256, Rumania Aug. 1942

4. Picture postcards for soldiers

 

   4.01 Soldiership

   4.03 Humour

   4.02 Songs

   4.04 Various

5. Aphorisms on field-post letters

 

6. Documents of surveyor Boelicke

 

7. Allied propaganda leaflets

 

8. Foreign policy

 

9. Prisoners of war in German custody

(Germans as POWs in allied custody on special CD!)

10. Aerial warfare

 

   10.01 Air-raid warnings Berlin and Stuttgart

   10.10 Certificates

   10.02 Allied leaflets on aerial war

   10.11 Registration cards,

   Indemnification petitions

   10.03 Air-raid protection

   10.12 Relief cards, buyers’ cards

   10.04 Helpers of the air force

   10.13 Sign of life cards

   10.05 Blackout

   10.14 Wolf family, 3 times

   damaged by air-raids

   10.06 Gas mask for the people

   10.15 Small advertisements

   10.07. Instructional pamphlets

   10.16 Obituaries and death cards

   10.08 Instructions in case of

   air-raid damage

   10.17 Humour

   10.09 My property, inventory

   10.18 Various

11. Nazi Party and organisations

 

   11.01 NSDAP

   11.04 „Strength by Joy“ (KdF)

   11.02 SA

   11.05 Events, assemblies and meetings

   11.03 Labour service (RAD)

   11.06 Various

12. Rationing and providing

 

   12.01. Acknowledgements

   12.06 Ration cards for men on leave

   12.02. Food ration cards

   12.07 Other documents for purchase

   12.03. Clothes ration cards

   12.08 Campaign “Coal swiper”

   12.04. Documents for the purchase

    of household supplies

   12.09 Other campaigns to spare resources

   12.05. Coal ration cards

   12.10 Various

13. Work and Labour

 

   13.01 Documents

   13.02 Various

14. Agriculture

 

15. Foreign workers

 

16. Women

 

   16.01 As soldiers’ wifes

   16.04 Nazi women organization

   16.02 For mothers and wives

   of soldiers killed in action

   16.05 Mother’s cult

   16.03 Women as workers

   16.06 Magazines for women + needle-work

17. Childhood and youth

 

18. Matrimony and family

 

19. Documents

 

   19.01 Identity cards

   19.03 Various

   19.02 Frontier-crossing documents

 

20. Cars

 

   20.01 Documents

   20.04 Advertising

   20.02 Confiscation and regimentation

   20.05 Various

   20.03 Magazine “The Commercial Traffic”

 

21. Railway (Civil traffic)

 

22. Culture, cinema and entertainment

 

23. Art

 

24. Churches

 

25. Collecting and giving

 

   25.01 „Winter relief-work“ (WHW)

   25.04 Adolf-Hitler-subscription

   25.02 NSV and „War relief-work“

   25.05 „Offering of the People“ 1945

   25.03 Collecting gifts in kind and raw material

 

26. Money and finances

 

   26.01 German banknotes and coins

   26.04 Savings booklets

   26.02 Special means of payment

   26.05 Life and health insurance

   26.03 Emergency money 1945

   26.06 Various

27. Money of the occupied countries

 

28. Post (Mail)

 

   28.01 Special postal matters (mails)

   28.03 Propaganda postmarks (mail stamps)

   28.02 Special postmarks (mail stamps)

   28.04 Various

29. Postage stamps according to Michel catalogue

 

   29.01 Germany

   29.05 France

   29.02 Bohemia and Moravia

   29.06 Serbia

   29.03 General Government (Poland)

   29.07 Soviet Union

   29.04 Luxembourg

 

30. Concentration camps, persecution of Jews, terror

 

31. Henriette X., † Theresienstadt 1945

 

32. Evacuated, resettler, refugees

 

33. Brochures and books

 

   33.01 „The company commander“ by

   Captain Ellenbeck

   33.08 „Plutocracy England“, 1940

   33.02 „The German soldier and the

   woman of foreign nationality“

   33.09 „The greatest slavery

   of world history“

   33.03 Kümmel, „Behind the barrack-gate“

   33.10 „Mathematics of daily life“

   33.04 „What to do in case of emergency“

   33.11 „Home and World“, Germany, 1940

   33.05 Göring, „Appeal to the

   German people“, 1939

   33.12 „Home and World“, Europe, 1942

   33.06 Goebbels, „30 articles of war“, 1943

   33.13 Various

   33.07 Ribbentrop, „The liberation of

   Europe”, 1941

 

34. Colloquial guides and dictionaries

 

   34.01 „Phrases for the communication

   with French Prisoners of War”, 1940

   34.03 Pocket-translator for soldiers,

   Russian

   34.02 Colloquial guide for the communi-

   cation of farmers with French POWs

   34.04 German-Russian dictionary

   for soldiers

35. Special magazines

 

   35.01 „Radio Echo“ Okt. 1939

   35.06 „Munich field-post“ 12, Okt. 1942

   35.02 „You are belonging to Germany“,

   June/July 1940

   35.07 „Munich field-post” 35,

   Sept. 1944

   35.03 Air Force Front bulletin 28, 1941

   35.08 „Munich field-post“ 36, Okt. 1944

   35.04 „Workers Life“ 4 und 14, 1943

   35.09 „Die Jaubank“, Aug. 1944

   35.05 „The Wide World“, 1943 und 1944

 

36. Various newspapers and informations

 

37. German Newspapers for Paris and Brussels

 

38. Humour

 

   38.01 Military

   38.04 Aerial war

   38.02 In the occupied countries

   38.05 Various

   38.03 Rationing

 

39. Caricatures

 

40. Various poems

 

41. Acknowledgements (without rationing)

 

42. Small advertisements

 

   42.01 Family advertisements

   42.04 Wanteds (want ads)

   42.02 Barter

   42.05 Various

   42.03 Lost and Found

 

43. Advertisements (general)

 

   43.01 Books and magazines

   43.10 Cigarettes

   43.02 Photo and film

   43.11 Personal hygiene

   43.03 Writing and office

   43.12 Dental care

   43.04 Insurances and banks

   43.13 Medicine and concentrated foods

   43.05 Lottery

   43.14 House-hold products, clocks, radios

   43.06 Clothing, underwear, shoes

   43.15 Detergents and washing powder

   43.07 Food

   43.16 Various smaller advertisements

   43.08 Coffee and tea

   43.17 Others

   43.09 Champagne, wine, liquours

 

44. Advertisements with and for soldiers

 

   44.01 Photo and film

   44.03 Medicine

   44.02 Cigarettes

   44.04 Various

45. Advertisements for marine engineering, 1942

 

46. Advertisements for aeroplane engineering

 

47. Brochures for allied soldiers

 

   47.01 German Phrase Book, US-Army

   47.02 Brochure for Canadian soldiers

48. Breakdown 1945

 

   48.01 Die-hard slogans and articles from newspapers

   48.03 Refugees and evacuated people

   48.02 Army and “Volkssturm”

   48.4 Various

49. Various

 

 

 

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