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some type of small book/ledger

Article about: this came in a lot of items from a u.s veteran that was in the 28th, and fought in france, belgium, and germany. maybe other places too. whoever had this book and used it stopped in 1944 as

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    this came in a lot of items from a u.s veteran that was in the 28th, and fought in france, belgium, and germany. maybe other places too. whoever had this book and used it stopped in 1944 as in the end of the book there are stamps dated to each month from like 1940 to 1943. Click image for larger version. 

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    anyone?????????????? :/

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    This was a subscription book for the "Largest Newspaper in Southern Germany", "The NSZ RheinFront". This newspaper was, indeed, a fairly large paper and was not always "nice to the Jewish people", to put it tactfully. Gauleiter Josef Bürckle from the Gau Palatine-Saar was responsabvle for this newspaper. The woman who owned this book looks to have been a loyal subscriber all the way up to 1945....
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    wow neat, any idea on value?

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    Well... I wouldn't quit your day job...but it has a nice group of stamps in it...a pure guess would be something like $75-100?
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Farewell to Gauleiter Bürckel
    Party ceremony with a eulogy by Reichsleiter Rosenberg

    Saarbrücken, 4 October

    On Tuesday evening, all of Germany took leave of Josef Bürckel through a moving and elevating memorial ceremony of the party. Reichsleiter Rosenberg represented the Führer. Reichsleiter Dr. Ley, Fiehler, Baldur von Schirach, the now most-senior Gauleiter Murr and Gauleiter Sprenger, Sauckel, Wahl, and Dr. Scheel were also present, along with along with neighboring Gauleiter Florian and Simon. Along with representatives from the leadership corps of the party, state, and Wehrmacht, Stabschef Schepmann of the S.A. was present.

    The Gauleiter’s coffin rested on the flower-strewn platform, surrounded by black pillars and the flags of the Gau. The honor guard consisted of leaders of the party and the Wehrmacht. While Beethoven’s Coriolanus Overture was played, the Führer’s massive wreath of red roses and white chrysanthemums was carried in by two S.S. men. The family entered, greeted silently by the gathering. The Gauleiter’s wife was accompanied by Reichsleiter Rosenberg.

    After the last chord had sounded, Reichsleiter Rosenberg, as the Führer’s representative, delivered a memorial address.

    The Reichsleiter reviewed Gauleiter Bürkel’s life and said:

    Josef Bürckel was a devoted nationalist and a passionate socialist. In all of his life, he symbolized the unity that, from the standpoint of our worldview, reflects outwardly that great inner experience, that great idea, for which we fought.

    Reichsleiter Rosenberg concluded: “The Führer has authorized me, party comrade Bürckel, to express to you his thanks for your complete loyalty to him and to the movement. More than ever before, the Führer remembers the loyal support of one of his oldest fellow fighters, who never grew weary during the years of struggle, who always followed the Führer and his banner. In particular recognition of this exemplary National Socialist life, and as a continuing reminder for coming generations, the Führer awards you, Joseph Bürckel, the highest level of the German Order with Swords. This will be a symbol of your beloved Gau, and of your loyalty to the whole National Socialist movement.

    We now take leave of you. the flags of the Greater German Reich will flutter over your grave, and the soldiers of the German people will pass by you as they march west, where they will protect German territory and realize what you gave your whole life for, along with the great loyalty of your heart.”

    After these parting words to the deceased Gauleiter, Reichsleiter Rosenberg presented, at the Führer’s instruction, the German Order with Swords. Alfred Rosenberg then placed the Führer’s wreath on the Gauleiter’s coffin.

    The party ceremony ended with the moving second movement of Beethoven’s Eroica. On Wednesday morning, the mortal remains of Gauleiter Bürckel were laid to rest in his native soil of the Neustadt cemetery.

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    Quote by napalm View Post
    Farewell to Gauleiter Bürckel
    Party ceremony with a eulogy by Reichsleiter Rosenberg

    Saarbrücken, 4 October

    On Tuesday evening, all of Germany took leave of Josef Bürckel through a moving and elevating memorial ceremony of the party. Reichsleiter Rosenberg represented the Führer. Reichsleiter Dr. Ley, Fiehler, Baldur von Schirach, the now most-senior Gauleiter Murr and Gauleiter Sprenger, Sauckel, Wahl, and Dr. Scheel were also present, along with along with neighboring Gauleiter Florian and Simon. Along with representatives from the leadership corps of the party, state, and Wehrmacht, Stabschef Schepmann of the S.A. was present.

    The Gauleiter’s coffin rested on the flower-strewn platform, surrounded by black pillars and the flags of the Gau. The honor guard consisted of leaders of the party and the Wehrmacht. While Beethoven’s Coriolanus Overture was played, the Führer’s massive wreath of red roses and white chrysanthemums was carried in by two S.S. men. The family entered, greeted silently by the gathering. The Gauleiter’s wife was accompanied by Reichsleiter Rosenberg.

    After the last chord had sounded, Reichsleiter Rosenberg, as the Führer’s representative, delivered a memorial address.

    The Reichsleiter reviewed Gauleiter Bürkel’s life and said:

    Josef Bürckel was a devoted nationalist and a passionate socialist. In all of his life, he symbolized the unity that, from the standpoint of our worldview, reflects outwardly that great inner experience, that great idea, for which we fought.

    Reichsleiter Rosenberg concluded: “The Führer has authorized me, party comrade Bürckel, to express to you his thanks for your complete loyalty to him and to the movement. More than ever before, the Führer remembers the loyal support of one of his oldest fellow fighters, who never grew weary during the years of struggle, who always followed the Führer and his banner. In particular recognition of this exemplary National Socialist life, and as a continuing reminder for coming generations, the Führer awards you, Joseph Bürckel, the highest level of the German Order with Swords. This will be a symbol of your beloved Gau, and of your loyalty to the whole National Socialist movement.

    We now take leave of you. the flags of the Greater German Reich will flutter over your grave, and the soldiers of the German people will pass by you as they march west, where they will protect German territory and realize what you gave your whole life for, along with the great loyalty of your heart.”

    After these parting words to the deceased Gauleiter, Reichsleiter Rosenberg presented, at the Führer’s instruction, the German Order with Swords. Alfred Rosenberg then placed the Führer’s wreath on the Gauleiter’s coffin.

    The party ceremony ended with the moving second movement of Beethoven’s Eroica. On Wednesday morning, the mortal remains of Gauleiter Bürckel were laid to rest in his native soil of the Neustadt cemetery.
    so thats from the book guys???? thstd heavy ish ........

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    That was just the announcement of Gauleiter Bürckle's disgustingly saintly death. In reality, the honored Gauleiter fought hard to deport nearly all of Vienna's Jews to their deaths - even bucking against Himmler himself when Heinrich decided to stop the deportations. This paragon of virtue ended up dying in his own filth from dysentery in the end of 1944. If one is to believe the above death notice, it's a wonder the people didn't see his beatified soul being carried up to Heaven by the angels themselves....
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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