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Incredible Hitler Photo Album (Item AH 7-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a photo album that was put together by a lady who lived in the town of Berchtesgaden and was an early NSDAP member. She was a most respected party member and highly thought of by all the SS guards, Gestapo agents, and SD personnel. This is reflected vividly as one observes how close she was able to get to the Führer and other leaders for her candid photographs. She was able to even stand above the Berghof and snap pictures in an area that would be strictly off limits to anyone else. Remarkably these photos were developed by various photo developers right there in Berchtesgaden. The pictures are astounding and incredible not for quality or posing but because they are candid by a person who might have been one of the very few that would have been allowed such closeness and familiarity. The lady who left this album after her death closely guarded her identification even to the man she willed the wonderful album to. He identified her to me because he knew I could be trusted to keep her (and his) secret. The man was very elderly and knew Valhalla was beckoning so he believed that the album should go into a museum or to a serious collector. And now we offer it to you, the collector, in the hope that it will be dutifully preserved. There are many pictures of the Frau as she entertained guests and accompanied them to the heilig Berghof that she believed sacred to Germany and the western world. Now that she has traveled to that place where no sojourner returns, her picture now can be seen. She stands right out in the pictures as she has such a noble countenance and stature. There are quite a few scenes where the Führer himself walks down from the Berghof to the front gate to greet and receive greetings from assembled guests. Always note the vantage points from which our Gnade Frau shoots her Leica. Again, we call your attention to the complete trust she enjoyed (incredible!). In several pictures you can see that the Führer seems to personally pose for her camera (vastly incredible!!!). In one of the pictures at an outside dining table an L.A.H. guard sits with the ladies, including our photographer. Is this her husband? Other scenes have this same man (or it seems to be) at rest in civilian clothing. There are quite a few Obersalzburg, Konigsee, and Berchtesgaden scenes that will be very familiar to persons who have traveled to and visited this area of Bavarian Heaven. There are quite a few scenes of the Führer's Mercedes, guards, and notables as they motor out of the gates of the house. There are wonderful photos of the famous peak known as the Waltzmann. A fine postcard-sized picture of Hitler's mentor, Dietrich Ekharts Grave. He is buried in the Berchtesgaden Freidhof (cemetery). Your writer has stood at the foot of this grave, while giving the Deutsches Grüss! One of my favorite candid photos is one of Adolf Hitler and Rudolf Hess greeting an admirer. There are three absolutely great actual postcard pictures of the Führer in the town of Berchtesgaden and one of Rudolf Hess and the Führer in front of the Berghof. We wonder if these commercial postcards were in fact taken from our heroine's photos. Possible? About three-fourths through the album are some photos of an event of the NSDAP in Munich. She must have gone there to attend. Nine of the photos here are rather poor as she must have somehow let light into the Leica; however, a picture of Dr. Todt addressing the crowd is fairly good and the auto driven entrance of the Führer came out good. The crowd scenes and flag-bedecked streets are dramatic and well taken. A close-up of the Führer in front of the famous Berchtesgaden foyer is great as most of we Germanophiles are very familiar with this spot. There are three beautiful postcards of the Imperial War Army Museum that was dedicated to 13,000 war dead, and the unknown soldier in bronze that lies in front, even today, although the museum is in shambles. While she was in Munich she photographed the brown house, the Feldherrenhalle, and an SA formation passing the Braun Haus. At the beginning of the book there are five period postcards depicting the Adolf Hitler Höhe, or summit, two of the hotel or pension Zum Türken, and two great views of the Berghof. We earnestly believe that this may be one of the most important albums that still exist of the Third Reich and particularly Adolf Hitler considering the candid photography demonstrated here by one little woman who believed Ein Reich, Ein Volk, Ein Führer!

PRICE: $8,900.00; sold, but was relisted by buyer who felt it was just too cheap for something this rare and spectacular

 

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