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Feldherrnhalle Plaque

 

Feldherrnhalle Plaque

Feldherrnhalle Plaque

Feldherrnhalle Plaque

Feldherrnhalle Plaque

Feldherrnhalle Plaque

Feldherrnhalle Plaque
The Blood Order medal won by participants in the November 9th Putsch. It shows the Feldherrnhalle.

Feldherrnhalle Plaque
SS guards at the Feldherrnhalle.

Feldherrnhalle Plaque
The marchers make ready.

Feldherrnhalle Plaque
The annual observance of the march to the Feldherrnhalle

Feldherrnhalle Plaque
The leaders of the Putsch

 

Plaque Honoring the Fallen Heroes in Munich at the Sacred Feldherrnhalle (Beer Hall Putsch)
(Item NSD 22-1)

DESCRIPTION: The Feldherrnhalle (Field Marshals’ Hall) was the scene of a bloody confrontation on Friday morning, 9 November 1923, between the Bavarian State Police and followers of Adolf Hitler in which the Nazi party attempted to storm the Bavarian Defense Ministry. This was the culmination of the Nazis' failed coup attempt to take over the Bavarian State, commonly referred to as the “Beer Hall Putsch.” In the ensuing gun battle, four policemen and fourteen marchers were killed, plus two more NSDAP members elsewhere in Munich for a total of sixteen. Many more were wounded, including Hermann Göring. As a result of the failure of the putsch, Hitler was arrested and sentenced to a prison term and to him it was a blessing because with his impassioned speech before the tribunal, he was an overnight sensation with the German people, and the Third Reich saw its real beginning! After the NSDAP took power in 1933, Hitler turned the Feldherrnhalle into a memorial to the party members killed during the failed putsch. A memorial to the fallen SA men was put up on its east side, opposite the location of the shootings. This monument, called the Mahnmal der Bewegung, was created to a design by Paul Ludwig Troost. It was a rectangular structure listing the names of the martyrs. This was under perpetual ceremonial honor guard by the SS. The square in front of the Feldherrnhalle (the Odeonsplatz) was used for SS parades and commemorative rallies. During some of these events the sixteen dead were each commemorated by a temporary pillar placed in the Feldherrnhalle topped by a flame. New SS recruits took their oath of loyalty to Hitler in front of the memorial. Passers-by were expected to hail the site with the Hitler salute and all good Germans and foreign tourists who admired courage and dedication were more than pleased to do so. The plaque is in white metal that is adhered to an octagon-shaped black wooden base It measures about 7 inches high and about 5 inches wide at the widest section. At the top, the NS eagle surmounts the memorial section with the names of the 16 martyrs and under this it has the commemorative date “9.Nov.1923.” Under this is proclaimed “UND IHR HABT DOCH GESIEGT; MAHNMAL MÜNCHEN.“ Here is a genuine and important piece of history from the workers’ Reich. (Long may it stand!!!)

PRICE: $850.00

 

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions
The young hero faces the occupying murderers' firing squad.

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions
The SA gathers before the memorial.

Commemorative Porcelain Medallion (Item NSD 22-2; SA 15-4; FREI 1-15)

DESCRIPTION: This medallion is dedicated to the memory of Albert Leo Schlageter, the martyred hero who defended his sacred Fatherland and his Deutsches Volk. He was a member of the German Freikorps, and his activities sabotaging French occupying troops after World War I led to his arrest and eventual execution (murder) by the occupying French forces. His way of death fostered an aura of martyrdom around him, which was cultivated by German patriotic nationalist groups, in particular the National Socialist Party. During the Third Reich, he was widely commemorated as a national hero and a genuine Teutonic warrior who died for what to him was a glorious cause. The medallion is of the type and style of the various Meissen porcelain commemoratives. Under the Schlageter cross on the reverse side are the dates “26 Mai 1923” and “26 Mai 1933.” On the obverse side there is a depiction of a bust portrait of the hero and under this (translated) it says: “He fell slain by France’s order on 26 May 1923,” and below his name it has a little box that has the message that translates to: “For peace and freedom for the Ruhr and the Rhine.” The size is about 3 1/2 inches in diameter and it is in perfect condition. This is a true historic treasure honoring a young hero and martyr who refused to renounce his faith in his just cause in the name and spirit of his German fatherland. Please go here to view another award for Schlageter at Item FREI 1-1.

PRICE: $275.00

 

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque
The wire hanger was added by the consigner.

Beautifully Carved Wooden Plate from the “Kampfzeit” (Struggle for Power) (Item NSD 22-3; SA 15-2; ART 18-7; WOODMASTER 1-12; BRE 1-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is without a doubt the most beautiful carved commemorative plate that we have ever seen and certainly with the greatest meaning. In 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed as Reichs Chancellor. The whole meaning of the plate is to commemorate this important world event. The plate has at the top a swastika within the figure of rising a sun. The central design is the large, early NS Party eagle perched upon the early nonmobile swastika that is within a wreath with the date “1933” below it. The meaning is quite deep and has to do with the Machtergreifung (The Seizure of Power). Behind the eagle’s wings are sprays of oak leaves and acorns, the ancient German symbol of victory. Along the edges are the separate cutout words “GROßDEUTSCHLANDS ERWACHEN” (Greater Germany’s Awakening). Below the wreathed swastika are the watchwords (“Freedom and Bread”) of the NS movement “Freiheit u. Brot.” The plate measures 11 inches in diameter. It is in wonderful condition with no parts of the carving missing. All of the artwork is deeply cut and raised. It is probably the finest woodcarving that we have ever seen and would be considered not only extremely rare but also exceedingly beautiful when one looks at the carved wording that is all individually hand cut with fantastic skill; you can realize that this is one of the true artistic treasures of the early Third Reich.

PRICE: $2,500.00

 

 

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