Lot 910: Schirach Baldur Von


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Lot 910: Schirach Baldur Von: (1907-1974) German Reichsjugendfuhrer, Head Of The Hitler-Jugend (Hitler Youth) From 1931-40 And Gauleiter Of Vienna 1940-45. T.L.S., Schirach, One Page, Oblong 4To, Munich, 9Th March 1932, To [Ernst Rohm], On The Printed Stationery Of The National Socialist German Workers' Party, In German. Schirach, In His Capacity As Reichsjugendfuhrer, Writes To His Superior And States, In Full, 'I Ask That Note Be Taken Of The Following Memorandum Of The Reich Leader Of The H[Itler] J[Ugend], With Which I Agree Completely. I Think It Is Intolerable That The 'Federation Of German Girls In The Hitler Youth' Be Removed From The Structure Of The Youth Organisations And Be Subordinated To The Organisational Department Of The Nsdap, Which Has No Experience In The Field Of Youth Organisations'. To The Verso Ernst Rohm (1887-1934, German Officer, An Early Nazi Leader Who Was Co-Founder Of The Sturmabteilung. Executed On The Orders Of Hitler And Himmler Following His Involvement In The Night Of The Long Knives) Has Written His Reply, A T.L.S., Rohm (In Bold Indelible Pencil), One Page, Oblong 4To, Munich, 20Th March 1932, To Schirach, Stating 'As I Have No Experience In The Youth Movement, I Have To Go For The Most Part By The Statements Of The Experienced Youth Leaders On My Staff. I Think The Argumentation Of The Leader Of Hitler Youth Is So Well Founded That I See No Reason To Oppose It. On The Contrary, I Think The Suggestions On The Last Page (6) Of The Memorandum Of Von Rentelns Are Close To The Intentions Of The Reich Organisational Leader I'. Rare. Two Files Holes To Both The Left And Right Edges And With An Official Stamp And A Few Pencil Annotations To Schirach'S Letter. About Vg International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction July 2015 Saturday, 18th July 2015 Estimate: £300 - 400
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