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Helden der Wehrmacht.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D796.5.G3 H45 1942 v. 2-3, 8, 14, 18, 20

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    Other Title
    Hellmuth Arpke.
    Gerhard Ball.
    Oskar von Boddien.
    Kurt von Briessen.
    Hubert Brinkforth.
    Kurt Christel.
    Englebert Endrass.
    Kurt Jürgens.
    Rolf Kaldrack.
    Gerhard Koeppen.
    Otto Lancelle.
    Heinz-Jürgen Lütje.
    Werner Mölders.
    Georg von Neufville.
    Wilhelm Ritter Edler von Peter.
    Gerd Pleiss.
    Günther Prien
    Heinrich Schwarting.
    Günter Schwartzkopf.
    Franz Wieting.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    [Germany] : [Publisher not identified], [1942-1943]
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    1. Hellmuth Arpke
    2. Gerhard Ball
    3. Oskar von Boddien
    4. Kurt von Briesen
    5. Hubert Brinkforth
    6. Kurt Christel
    7. Englebert Endrass
    8. Karl Jürgens
    9. Rolf Kaldrack
    10. Gerhard Koeppen
    11. Otto Lancelle
    12. Heinz-Jürgen Lütje
    13. Werner Mölders
    14. Georg von Neufville
    15. Wilhelm Ritter Edler von Peter
    16. Gerd Pleiss
    17. Günther Prien
    18. Heinrich Schwarting
    19. Günter Schwartzkopff
    20. Franz Wieting.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Matejko, Theo, 1893-1946, artist.
    Winterhilfswerk des Deutschen Volkes.
    Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt.
    Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei.
    Notes
    Collective title appears at head of the caption title of each volume.
    Brief biographies of winners of Germany's Knights Cross (Ritterkreuz), distributed as premiums to contributors to the Winterhilfswerk, a fundraising drive conducted under the auspices of the Nationalsozialistische Volkswohlfahrt (National Socialist People's Welfare Organization), to provide winter relief during World War II. Each volume features a black & white portrait of the recipient, with their name printed on a red band below the picture.
    "Kriegswinter-Hilfswerk 1942/43, Tag der Wehrmacht" -- On back cover, with contents listed below.
    Most have illustrations by Theo Matejko, with "Zeichn. Theo Matejko" inside back cover.
    At least 4 variants exist: (1). Inside front cover is blank; "F & B" at bottom of last page; (2). Inside front cover is blank; "F & B" is not at bottom of last page; "FBM Nr. 1-[20] inside back cover; (3). "mm Q 0552" inside front cover; Without "F & B" at bottom of last page; Without "FBM Nr. 1-[20] inside back cover; (4). Inside front cover is blank; Does not contain "F & B," "FBM," or "mm Q 0552. "
    1. Hellmuth Arpke -- 2. Gerhard Ball -- 3. Oskar von Boddien -- 4. Kurt von Briesen -- 5. Hubert Brinkforth -- 6. Kurt Christel -- 7. Englebert Endrass -- 8. Karl Jürgens -- 9. Rolf Kaldrack -- 10. Gerhard Koeppen -- 11. Otto Lancelle -- 12. Heinz-Jürgen Lütje -- 13. Werner Mölders -- 14. Georg von Neufville -- 15. Wilhelm Ritter Edler von Peter -- 16. Gerd Pleiss -- 17. Günther Prien -- 18. Heinrich Schwarting -- 19. Günter Schwartzkopff -- 20. Franz Wieting.

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    Language
    German
    Physical Description
    20 volumes : illustrations ; 70 mm

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