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GWB-0034, WWII German "Dich ruft die SS" or You Call the SS booklet (RARE)

This item is listed for historical interest only. It is not for sale.
Item #19142

This soft cover book "Dich ruft die SS" translated as “You Call the SS” was produced in Berlin in 1942 by Verlag Hillger under the supervision of the Reichs-Fuhrer SS Heinrich Himmler. It is basically a recruitment book of the Waffen SS. It is soft cover with 96 pages. It measures 6" x 8" and is in good condition overall.  The cover has a light amount of wear to the surface color front and back.  The spine has moderate wear and cracking as is typical with this style of pamphlet book.  The pages are held together with two staples, one has come loose from the cover while the second is still holding on with a piece of the cover.  There is some very light water staining to the pages and a number of pages have folded corners or some very light damage.  The books intention was to get more volunteers to sign up and become a member of Himmlers "black order." The book is divided into two main chapter. The first chapter is on the structure, career opportunities.  The second chapter contains ten war stories of brave honest and patriotic SS men, mostly from the Russian front.  Finally in the very back is an application for voluntary service in the Waffen SS which remains blank.  Overall a very rare book in overall good condition.

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