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Object ID

2012.1.380

Object Name

Letter

Date

2-27-1930

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Description

Stationery with embossed eagle, titled, "Der Reichsmaschall des Grofzdeutschen Reiches." Includes a typewritten message and pink signature.

Information Provided by Michael D. Bulmash: Hermann Goring (1893-1946) was a German politician who began his career as an ace in World War I. He rose to become Hitler's right-hand man and head of the Luftwaffe, and after his capture, he committed suicide on the eve of his execution. TLS on his blind-embossed Reichsmarshall's letterhead, "Headquarters," to Kurt Daluege (1897-1946), the chief of security police in SD central office who succeeded Heydrich as Deputy protector of Bohemia and Moravia. Daluege was hung by the Czechs in 1946. Goring acknowledges Daluege's wishes for the season and reciprocates.

Dimensions

11 3/4 x 8 1/4"

Keywords

Luftwaffe, Deputy protector of Bohemia and Moravia, Bohemia, Moravia, Hermann Goring, Kurt Daluege

Subcollection

Early

Letter from Hermann Goring

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