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Can anyone identify this german ww2 item?

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    It has pictures in it and has like 16 pages also....Click image for larger version. 

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    Small WHW mini books.

    Eric
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    Quote by Eric Zentner View Post
    Small WHW mini books.

    Eric
    Correct.

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    ...and very collectable !

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    I think Hiscolls had a set of 12 or so awhile back, I was sorely tempted!

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    Yes Keith, the guys above are spot on. A nice example too.

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    Carl

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    WHW - Winterhilfswerk [Winter Relief]

    Winterhilfswerk - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Practicing my German,

    Der Fuhrer und die Wehrmact = The Fuhrer and the Army?

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    Der Fuhrer und die Wehrmact = The Fuhrer and the Army?
    Almost: "The Führer and the Armed Forces" would be the accurate translation.

    (The collective designation Wehrmacht included the Army [Heer], Air Force [Luftwaffe] and Navy [Kriegsmarine].)

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    This was 1 piece in a series of 5 'mini books' produced and sold by the Winterhilfswerk during the National Street Collecting Drive on the 16th & 17th of October 1937. The 5 different pieces are as follows: (Catalog #'s are from our book)

    37-17: In den Bergen (In the mountains)
    37-18: Und die Bewegung (And the movement)
    37-19: Und die Wehrmacht (And the Armed Forces)
    37-20: Und der Arbeiter (And the workers)
    37-21: Und die Jugend (And the youth)

    We have all of the available (5 total...4 WHW & 1 DRK) sets available on our website for much less than you will find anywhere else. Take a look!

    Winterhilfswerk.com Web Shop - Web Shop Home

    Chrys

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