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  • GERMAN THIRD REICH PERIOD ACTRESS MARGOT HIELSCHER

    Hielscher was a Third Reich period singer/ actress, born in 1919. Her film career spanned the period 1939-1994. She represented Germany in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1957 & 58. She died August 2017. Card in excellent damage free condition on high quality art card. Card is a studio produced image. (Postal refund with be made on the auto-post charge on this purchase).

    £8.00
  • GERMAN THIRD REICH PERIOD ACTRESS VERA Von LANGEN

    von Langen was a Third Reich period actress, allowed to work post war. She appeared in the 1938 production ‘Faded Memory’, her field of work being mainly romantic drama. Card in excellent dame free condition on later war low quality card. Card is a studio produced image. (Postal refund with be made on the auto-post charge on this purchase).

    £8.00
  • WW2 ANTI-BRITISH ‘FREE INDIA’ PROPAGANDA PAMPHLET

    An extremely rare WW2 anti-British propaganda leaflet as issued by Indian Independence factions, this one by the ‘Indian Independence League East Asia’. Pamphlet is in excellent condition with a couple of small edge nicks and slight age discolouration, The ‘Free India’ campaign was support by various anti British organisations, each one supporting armed conflict with the Allies enemies both in Europe and Asia.

    £175.00
  • WW2 BRITISH PRODUCED ‘AIR-DROP’ PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE LEAFLET

    A superb, in terms of condition and presentation British produced ‘Air-drop’ psychological warfare card still with its original envelope. The card is of the ‘mobile type’ when opened the figures are mounted as such to move. The ‘nasty German’ steals food to give to a colleague. The card is in mint/exceptional condition, the envelope being a little grubby. A stunning item given its longevity ! Dropped in France to

    £135.00
  • WW2 GERMAN PRODUCED ‘AIR-DROP’ PSYCHOLOGICAL WARFARE LEAFLET

    A Third Reich period produced psychological warfare pamphlet, and dropped onto advancing Allied lines as they advanced through Europe and into Germany. The aim, to demoralise troops with the thought of a harder fight into Germany and the increased chance of fatality. Very good damage free condition with age storage and creasing.

    £45.00
  • FRENCH FASCIST WW2 PUBLICATION (VETERAN PICK-UP)

    A large format magazine ‘celebrating’ the first anniversary of ‘The French Legion’ and its support/collaboration with the Nazi regime ‘now’ in place in France. In essence a pictorial magazine showing various celebrations throughout the various regions of France, related to the new right wing order. Produced in 1941 under the title ‘Resurrection Francaise’. Very good damage free condition, with one small cover tear to bottom left corner. A rare

    £68.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘DON’T BE FUEL-ISH’

    A very nice, good sized poster in the save fuel vein. Comic pictorial poster, detailing female war workers 'scolding' a fellow worker for wasting electricity. Poster has been folded into two and is with some age foxing. Printer details to the bottom edge of poster 'Printed for H.M. Stationary office.....' issued by the Ministry of Fuel and Power. Small tear to left upper edge as viewed (see images). Creased throughout

    £185.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘THIS DID THIS…AND THIS’

    A good pictorial, moral booster poster expounding Bofors guns production and use within the war effort. Very, very low grade flimsy paper with a small tear through the word 'And' and going into the image of the crashing aeroplane. Age and storage creasing throughout with printer details to the bottom right corner. ' 'M of S No 4'. Approx 50cms x 38cms

    £70.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘WATCH YOUR TALK FOR HIS SAKE’

    Pictorial poster in the careless talk cost lives vein. 'Watch your talk for his sake....Never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes or destination to anybody', expounding the need to not discuss ships movements in any capacity, for the sake of crew safety. Folded in four with storage creasing throughout. Slight age foxing to low grade paper. Small drawing pin hole to top left corner when viewed. Print details to bottom right

    £85.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘THE SPIRT WHICH WON THE LAST WAR’

    A WW2 period reprint of a note 'Found in a Pill Box at Passchendaele on its Re-Occupation' in WW1 detailing defiance in the face of the enemy. Poster has been folded into 'two'. It is with storage creasing and edge 'nicking' Their is a 5-6 cms tear to the upper edge and a 3-4 cms tear to the bottom edge. Slightly age foxing to low grade paper. No Pinter

    £55.00
  • WW2 ALLIED PRESS PHOTOGRAPH NORMANDY CAMPAIGN INTEREST (2)

    A group shot of German POW's taken at Normandy being disembarked from a tank landing craft in the UK. A good study of late war axis uniforms in combat wear. Reverse complete with information flimsy.

    £15.00
  • WW2 ALLIED PRESS PHOTOGRAPH OF AN ITALIAN AIRMAN POW

    Another super moment in time image of a rather down beat Italian airman under armed military police escort. Reverse complete with information flimsy.

    £10.00