German Covers & Cards

Offering Propaganda Picture Post Cards of the Third Reich. Party meetings, combat art and other cards issued for propaganda purposes.

1935 Nazi Party Congress PPC

Price: $75.00

Special Propaganda Nazi Party Card for the 1935 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg. Excellent card showing busts of Hitler, a soldier and SA trooper with the Nazi Party Symbol rising above The deep-red background is printed with, "Reichsparteitag 1935, Nurnberg, 10-16 Septemb." Also with artist's name, "Rich Klein," at top right. Reverse of unused card reads, "Feltpostkarte, Reichsparteitag der NSDAP in Nurneberg 10.-16. September 1935. With 1935 NSDAP "11-9-1935" cancel and #465 NSDAP stamp issued for the event.

1935 NSDAP Nurnberg Rally SA Standardbearers and Eagle

Price: $150.00

1935 color PPC combo of the Nurnberg Rally with SA standardbearers, the Nazi flag and Eagle. Card reads, Deutsche Einheit, Deutsche Macht." (German unity, German Might). The card has the stamp issued for the event and the special event cancel! Scarce NSDAP event PPC.

1937 NSDAP Rally Monument Photo PPC Combo

Price: $45.00

1937 NSDAP party rally showin an eagle monument. Photo PPC Combo reads, Nürnberg. Das symbol der Reichsparteitage. Eines der monumentalen hoheitszeichen in der Luitpoldarena. (...one of the monumental national emblems in the Luitpoldarena.) Includes special Reichsparti rally stamp from the souvenir sheet issued for the event.

1938 Nazi Party Congress Black and White PPC Combo

Price: $45.00

1938 Nazi Party Congress Black and White Propaganda Card with Hitler stamp and cancel issued for the event. Card shows an allegory of Germany bringing her people in other countries out of bondage (chains). Nazi banner in background. This was the official logo of the event. Reverse shows special Hitler stamp and event cancel.

1938 Nazi Party Congress PPC Combo

Price: $65.00

1938 Nazi Party Congress Color Propaganda Card with stamp and cancel issued for the event. Card shows a medalion with an allegory of Germany bringing her people in other countries out of bondage (chains). Nazi banner in background. This was the official logo of the event. Reverse shows special Hitler stamp and event cancel. Use and cancel location may vary. No additional Hindenburg stamp as shown.<br>

1938 Nazi Party Congress PPC Eagle

Price: $60.00

1938 Nazi Party Congress Color Propaganda Card with stamp and cancel issued for the event. Card shows an Eagle and Swastika (Nazi Emblem) on a pedistal over greater germany (including part of Poland and Austria.) Reverse shows (inset)&nbsp; Card with Hindenburg stamp. <br>

Reichs Partitag Postal Card-Hitler Stamp

Price: $15.00

1938 postal propaganda card showing skyline of Nuremberg, the Nazi Party Congress city. Also with imprinted Party Congress Hitler stamp. unused.

1943 Day of NSDAP Generalgovernment

Price: $24.50

Excellent card marking the anniversary of the NSDAP, Nazi Party in Poland under the Generalgovernment. Shows a German Soldier on the front lines carrying a wounded comrade. Combat art drawing shows detailed uniform and rifle. Card reads, "Nicht Du bist der Masstab! Sondern die Front?" Roughly translated, You are not the measure! But the front! Reverse has 24 76 groschen stamp issued for the event with a special cancel (sonderstempel). Card shows some light aging spots<br>

1939 Danzig Ist Deutsch Campaign

Price: $19.50

1939 Propaganda campaign PPC proclaiming "Danzig Ist Deutsch" Issued immediately following the German invasion of Poland to "protect rights of Germans living there." Used card with 6pf imprinted stamp.<br>

1937 German Art Day Propaganda Card

Price: $34.50

<div>1937 Day of German Art Propaganda Card issued for the Munich Art festival. Shows female head in a Greek warrior helmet and with a torch and Nazi emblem. Card reads, "Tag Der Deutschen Kunst Munchen 1937, 16-18 Juli." <br></div><div> Reverse has&nbsp; Hindenburg&nbsp; stamp, not Hitler stamp. Also with special cancel. Artist initials, "RK."</div>

1938 German Art Day Propaganda Card

Price: $34.50

1938 Day of German Art Propaganda Card issued for the Munich Art festival. Shows a classic bust with sculpted Nazi emblem. Card reads, "Tag Der Deutschen Kunst." Reverse has an imprinted Hindenburg 6pf stamp. Also with special cancel. Artist initials, "RK." Stamp used to mail card may vary.

1939 Iron Cross w/Palm Medal PPC

Price: $29.95

1939 Propaganda card showing the Iron Cross with Palm. This coveted medal was issued for extreme bravery. Note swastika attached to center. Card reads, "Es Kann Nur Einer Siegen Und Das Sind Wir," Adolph Hitler. (Only one can triumph, and that is us.) Card has imprinted stamp issued in 1940 for Hitler's 51st Birthday. With additional slogan imprint on reverse.

Occupation of Czechslovakia Propaganda Card

Price: $19.50

1938 propaganda card showing Bohemia area of Czechslovakia with inset of photo showing Hitler being received by Czech people. Card is printed in golden ink that has a high shine. Card reads, "Wir Danken unserm Fuhrer." (We Thank Our Leader.) Reverse has special imprinted stamp showing the Nazi eagle and swastika. This stamp is only available on this card. Card issued for the assimilation of Czechslovakia into "Gross Deutschland."

Occupation of Czechslovakia Propaganda Card used

Price: $30.00

1938 propaganda card showing Bohemia area of Czechslovakia with inset of photo showing Hitler being received by Czech people. Card is printed in golden ink that has a high shine. Card reads, "Wir Danken unserm Fuhrer." (We Thank Our Leader.) Reverse has special imprinted stamp showing the Nazi eagle and swastika. This stamp is only available on this card. Card issued for the assimilation of Czechslovakia into "Gross Deutschland." Back of card will have additional B140 birthday stamp attached.<br>

Greater Germany Hitler Propaganda Card

Price: $19.50

1938 propaganda card showing greater Germany, including Austria and parts of Poland. Also has a bust of Hitler and the Nazi Emblem. Card is printed in golden ink that has a high shine. Card reads, "13 Marz 1938, Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer." (One People, One Country, One Leader.) Reverse has special imprinted stamp(Inset) showing German and Austrian marching together with Nazi flag. Card issued for the assimilation of Austria into "Gross Deutschland."

Greater Germany Hitler Propaganda Card used

Price: $25.00

1938 propaganda card showing greater Germany, including Austria and parts of Poland. Also has a bust of Hitler and the Nazi Emblem. Card is printed in golden ink that has a high shine. Card reads, "13 Marz 1938, Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Fuhrer." (One People, One Country, One Leader.) Reverse has special imprinted stamp showing German and Austrian marching together with Nazi flag. Card issued for the assimilation of Austria into "Gross Deutschland." With Special event cancel. Note, reverse of used cards may have only special cancels, or additional stamps and cancels.&nbsp; Also may have messages, etc.<br>

Military Polizei & SS PPC Used

Price: $35.00

Issued in 1942 for an Event honoring the military service of the Polizei and SS polizei. Held in Vienna. Back of card reads, "Zum Tag der Deutschen polizei 1942. Die polizei im fronteinfass. Streife der Ordnungspolizei und der Sicherheitspolizei im Osten." Card is well used with celophane attached to back. Photo shows darker than actual.

1941 W. Willrich PPC Grossadmrial Raeder

Price: $45.00

1941 W. Willrich PPC featuring Grossadmrial Raeder. Raeder commanded the German navy through 1943 until he resigned. He was convicted of war crimes at Nuremberg and sentenced to life in prison.

W. Willrich Lieutenant Fulda, Knights Cross Winner

Price: $35.00

W. Willrich Paratrooper Lieutenant Fulda, Knights Cross Winner in the battle for Crete, color PPC. Card reads, "ein mit dem Ritterkreuz ausgezeichnneter Kretakampfer.

PPC General Eric Hoepner, Fieldpost Card

Price: $35.00

PPC of General Eric Hoepner, instrumental in the German's conducting a "war of extermination" against the Soviet Union. Card used as fieldpost and is censored with a censored mark. Some wear and a small close tear from fieldpost use. "Erich Kurt Richard Hoepner (14 September 1886 – 8 August 1944) was a German general during World War II. An early proponent of mechanisation and armoured warfare, he was a Wehrmacht army corps commander at the beginning of the war, leading his troops during the invasion of Poland and the Battle of France. Hoepner commanded the 4th Panzer Group on the Eastern Front during Operation Barbarossa, the invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941. Units under his command closely cooperated with the Einsatzgruppen and implemented the Commissar Order that directed Wehrmacht troops to summarily execute Red Army political commissars immediately upon capture. Hoepner's Panzer group, along with the 3rd Panzer Group, spearheaded the advance on Moscow in Operation Typhoon, the failed attempt to seize the Soviet capital. Dismissed from the Wehrmacht after the failure of the 1941 campaign, Hoepner restored his pension rights through a lawsuit. He was implicated in the failed 20 July plot against Adolf Hitler and executed in 1944." Credit Wikipedia.

W. Willirich General Meindl, Airborne Commander

Price: $35.00

1941 Major General Eugen Meindl, Airborne Commander, color picture postcard. "Born in 1892, Eugen Meindl enlisted in the army in 1912 and served during World War I. Meindl served with various artillery units in the Reichswehr, the post-war armed forces of the Weimar Republic, and subsequently in the Wehrmacht of Nazi Germany. In November 1938, Meindl was named commander of the 112th Mountain Artillery Regiment in Graz. Promoted to Oberst, he led the "Meindl Group" and made his very first parachute jump at Narvik. He transferred to the Luftwaffe in November 1940. During the airborne invasion of Crete, Meindl jumped near the Platanias Bridge, where he was shot in the chest and seriously wounded. In February 1942, Meindl, now a Generalmajor, became commander of the newly formed Luftwaffe Division Meindl in the Soviet Union. In September he took over the 13th Air Corps (later I Luftwaffe Field Corps). In 1943, he was promoted to commanding general of the 2nd Parachute Corps, which he led in the west on the invasion front and later at Cleves and in the Reichswald. His unit participated in the Battle of Nijmegen during Operation Market Garden (September 1944), but was halted on the Groesbeek Heights by dug-in American paratroopers, and thus unable to stop the Allies from taking the city and the strategically important bridges across the river Waal.[1] Meindl’s corps fought at Goch and in the Wesel bridgehead, where he was made commander on 5 March 1945. Meindl immediately advised High Command that the bridgehead ought to be evacuated, but was unable to secure Hitler's agreement to this until the evening of 9 March. In the intervening four days Meindl had already organized the evacuation of the bridgehead, and was therefore able to bring away the remains of seven divisions and two panzer units with most of their equipment; in his words,'all that would float came back again'. Meindl continued to command the 2nd Parachute Corps until its eventual surrender at Grossbrekendorf near Schleswig in early May.[2] He died in 1951." Credit Wikipedia.

1940 W. Willrich Color PPC von Rundstadt

Price: $65.00

1940 W. Willrich color PPC Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstadt. "Karl Rudolf Gerd von Rundstedt (12 December 1875 – 24 February 1953) was a German field marshal in the Heer (Army) of Nazi Germany during World War II. Born into a Prussian family with a long military tradition, Rundstedt entered the Prussian Army in 1892. During World War I, he served mainly as a staff officer. In the inter-war years, he continued his military career, reaching the rank of Colonel General (Generaloberst) before retiring in 1938. He was recalled at the beginning of World War II as commander of Army Group South in the invasion of Poland. He commanded Army Group A during the Battle of France, and requested the Halt Order during the Battle of Dunkirk. He was promoted to the rank of Field Marshal in 1940. In the invasion of the Soviet Union, he commanded Army Group South, responsible for the largest encirclement in history, the Battle of Kiev. He was relieved of command in December 1941 after authorizing the withdrawal from Rostov, but was recalled in 1942 and appointed Commander-in-Chief in the West. He was dismissed after the German defeat in Normandy in July 1944, but was again recalled as Commander-in-Chief in the West in September, holding this post until his final dismissal by Adolf Hitler in March 1945. Though aware of the various plots to depose Hitler, Rundstedt neither supported nor reported them. After the war, he was charged with war crimes, but did not face trial due to his age and poor health. He was released in 1949, and died in 1953."

W. Willrich Color PPC Motorcycle Messenger

Price: $35.00

1940 W. Willrich color PPC of a motorcycle scout for a panzer unit.

W. Willrich Paratrooper Major Koch

Price: $35.00

W. Willrich PPC Major Walter Koch, paratrooper commander. "Walter Koch (10 September 1910 – 23 October 1943) was a commander of the Fallschirmjäger during World War II who died in mysterious circumstances after openly criticising Adolf Hitler. Koch, who was the recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross for his actions during the Battle of Fort Eben-Emael in May 1940, had publicly denounced the Führer's infamous Commando Order, which ordered that all captured enemy commandos were to be executed. Shortly afterwards the Oberstleutnant and commander of Fallschirmjäger-Regiment 5 died in Berlin from injuries allegedly resulting from a motor vehicle collision." Credit Wikipedia.

W. Willrich Color PPC Luftwaffe Squadron Commander Falct

Price: $35.00

W. Willrich color PPC of a Luftwaffe Squadron Commander Captain Falct. Card reads, "Hauptmann Fald, Staffeltapitain einer erfolgreichen Jagdstaffel."

W. Willrich Color PPC Luftwaffe Squadron Commander

Price: $35.00

1940 W. Willrich color PPC of a Luftwaffe squadron commander. Card translates to: Our Luftwaffe. Leader of a succsssful hunter (fighter) squadron.

W. Willrich Color PPC Luftwaffe Squadron Commander Schumacher

Price: $35.00

1940 W. Willrich color PPC Luftwaffe squadron commander Oberstlutnant Schumacher.

W. Willrich Color PPC Luftwaffe Squadron Commander Steinhoff

Price: $35.00

W. Willrich color PPC Luftwaffe squadron commander Oberleutnant Steinhoff.

W. Willrich PPC Regimental Commander

Price: $35.00

1941 W. Willrich color PPC Regimental Commander. Card Reads, Manner der Westfront.

W. Willrich Iron Cross Winner Eric Schmolzer

Price: $25.00

W. Willrich Iron Cross Winner Eric Schmolzer, Iron Cross Winner for his actions as part of a Mountain BattalionP. Card reads, "Ritterkreuztrager Oberwachmeister Schmolzer in einem Gebirgsjager-Battlion."

W. Willrich Scout Trooper Portrait in Snow Uniform

Price: $29.50

1940 W. Willrich Scout Trooper Portrait in Snow Uniform, color PPC. Small ink spot near margin.

W. Willrich Scout Leader With Grenade

Price: $35.00

1941 W. Willrich color PPC of a Scout Leader with a Luger and Grenades.

W. Willrich Tank Crewmember

Price: $35.00

1940 W. Willrich Tank Crewmember. Card reads, "Der Panzerfahrer ist das geispiel felbftlofer Pfichttreue." ...an example of a loyal soldier.

1940 W. Willrich Color PPC U-Boat Commander Frauenheim

Price: $35.00

W. Willrich color PPC of U-Boat Commander Fritz Frauenheim. "Frauenheim had been made watch officer on U-25 in 1938, eventually spending over a year in this role, until October 1939. He was appointed to command U-21 on 1 October 1937, eventually carrying out five patrols, eventually sinking four merchant ships. He also laid mines, one of which damaged HMS Belfast on 21 November, putting her out of action for nearly three years. The Net-class boom defence vessel Bayonet was sunk by one of U-21’s mines on 21 December. Frauenheim left U-21 on 6 January 1940, taking over command of the newly built U-101 on 11 March 1940. He commissioned the boat and took her on four successful patrols. He sank a total of 12 ships, including three sunk and one damaged from convoy SC 7. He left U-101 on 18 November 1940. He went on to hold a number of staff positions, before taking command of 23rd U-boat Flotilla in the Mediterranean in September 1941. In 1942 he moved to command 29th U-boat Flotilla. On 1 March 1943 he was promoted to Korvettenkapitän. In February 1944 Frauenheim joined the staff of the Admiral der Kleinkampfverbände (Admiral of Small Battle Units), where he remained for the rest of the war. He was again promoted, this time to Fregattenkapitän on 1 December 1944." Credit "Wikipedia

1940 W. Willrich Color PPC U-Boat Commander Prien

Price: $65.00

Color propaganda card featuring U-Boat commander Günther Prien. Prien was the first U-boat commander to receive the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. His submarine U-47 was credited with sinking over 30 Allied ships totalling about 200,000 tons, along with the British battleship HMS Royal Oak at anchor in the Home Fleet's anchorage in Scapa Flow.

1940's W. Willrich Color PPC U-Boat Commander Schuhart

Price: $35.00

1940's W. Willrich color PPC U-Boat Commander Otto Schuhart. "Otto Schuhart (4 September 1909 – 10 March 1990) was a German submarine commander during World War II, who commanded the U-boat U-29 and was credited with the sinking of the aircraft carrier HMS Courageous on 17 September 1939, the first British warship to be lost in the war. In total Schuhart claimed 13 ships sunk on seven war patrols, for a total of 67,277 tons of Allied merchant shipping and one warship of 22,500 long tons." Credit Wikipedia