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NAZI SA STURMFÜHRER DIARY

SA
TAGEBUCH EINES
STURMFÜHRERS

(THE DIARY OF A STURMFÜHRER)
1943
This is a nice original example of the 5-3/4 x 8-1/2 inch, 136 page, well-illustrated hardcover book Tagebuch eines Sturmführers (the Diary of a Sturmführer) by Hans Snyckers as published by the Zentralverlag der NSDAP Franz Eher Nachfolger in München (Munich), Germany in 1943.
SA uniform
In the book, author Snykers does an excellent job of describing and explaining the day-to-day activities of a Sturmführer in the Sturmabteilung or SA of the Nazi Party. Lots of good clear photos and short captions supplement the very comprehensive text, describing activities often broken down into 15 minute segments!
Nazi crafts The activities cited in the “Diary of a Sturmführer” cover all sorts of office matters and field service such as bivouac, compass lessons, fire arms training, earning the SA Sports Badge, preparing for Reichsparteitag, crafts projects, marching, participation in NSDAP festivals, WHW work, etc.
SA men
The section on the distribution of WHW badges and actual sales receipts is very informative.
A unique look
into a very little
understood
Third Reich
subject.
Nice condition.
Don't miss our very rare 1939 Handbook of the SA, also for sale on this website. Click HERE.
This rare 1943 SA Sturmführer book is offered for sale for $165.00
delivered to any address in the United States of America.
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