Lot 911: Himmler Heinrich



2015-07-10 15:43:47

Lot 911: Himmler Heinrich: (1900-1945) German Nazi Official Of World War Ii, Reichsfuhrer Of The Ss. T.L.S., H. Himmler, In Bold Pencil, Two Pages, Oblong 4To, Munich, 26Th April 1927, To [Philipp] Bouhler, On The Printed Stationery Of The National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei), In German. Himmler'S Letter Comprises Four Numbered Paragraphs And States, In Part, '1.) Briefly For Your Information, Herr Hitler Will Speak On 11Th May This Year In The Burgerbrau Cellar Provided We Don'T Enter Into The Election Campaign In Mecklenburg. 2.) Until 30Th April This Year The Report From Hildebrandt In Mecklenburg, Together With Documentation, Must Have Arrived Stating That We Have 3,000 Officially Stamped Signatures….If This Report Does Not Arrive By 30Th April, I Ask For A Reminder By Telegram. If Both Conditions Are Not Fulfilled By 30Th April, We Will Not Take Part. 3.) Please Tell The Photograph Dept. Of The Schutzstaffel (S.S.) That I Can'T Use Their Lectures In Lower Bavaria Until The Second Week Of May - From 5 - 10. 4.) Please Schedule Director Reinhardt For Monday, 9Th April, At The Central Evening Meeting, Along With Herr Hitler. Herr Hitler Would Like To Take This Opportunity To Speak Personally With Director Reinhardt On Various Things….' A Good Letter, Not Least For Its References To Hitler And The S.S. Two File Holes To The Left Edge And With Various Stamps And Pencil And Ink Annotations To The Left Margin. Vg Philipp Bouhler (1899-1945) German Nazi Party Official Who Had Joined The Nsdap In July 1922 With Membership Number 12. Deputy Manager Of The Nsdap 1922-25 And Business Manager Of The Nsdap 1925-34. Adolf Hitler Had Been Barred From Public Speaking By The Bavarian Authorities Since 1925, However Just A Few Days After The Present Letter Was Written The Future Fuhrer, In His Capacity As Chairman Of The Nsdap, Made His First Public Speech In Berlin On 1St May 1927. International Autograph Auctions' Autograph Auction July 2015 Saturday, 18th July 2015 Estimate: £400 - 600
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