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Search: Italy->1922-1945
Id/PicTitle/DescriptionPrice
Germany 1937 Landjahrlager Ahrensboek Labor Service Camp Cover
German Real photo RPPC postcard used from Landjahrlager / Labor Service Camp Ahrensboek. A bit worn, excellent condition, as per scans.

$35.00

Germany 1942 Italian Gemeinschaftslager Labor Camp Braunschweig Cover
German Hitler postal stationery card from Italian worker at Gemeinschaftslager Meyer Wiesner in Watenstedt / labor camp in Watenstedt, Braunschweig. A bit worn, wrinkled, genuine commercial usage, as per scans. Unusual.

$35.00

3rd Reich Germany WWII Italian Luftwaffe Volunteer Feldpost
Feldpost from Italian volunteer in Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 22/XI. Pretty worn, as per scan.

$29.00

3rd Reich Germany WWII Italian Org Todt Berlin Panzer Front Volunteer Feldpost
Feldpost from Italian volunteer in Org Todt T-Stab Frontarbeiter at Panzerkaserne in Berlin area (Kladow). Pretty worn, as per scan.

$35.00

3rd Reich Germany WWII Italian Org Todt Volunteer Feldpost
Feldpost from Italian volunteer. Pretty worn, as per scan.

$35.00

Germany 3rd Reich Dienstpost Alpenvorland Feldpost Cover
Germany 3rd Reich Feldpost Cover from the Alpenvorland / Tyrol region of Germany, city of Meran -- (became Merano as part of Italy after that country successfully annexed the South Tyrol from Austria after WWI). While the Alpenvorland Dienstpost can be found on philatelic covers (primarily from Hennig) genuine uses are rare. This one was sent from a ethnic German family to their son at FP Nr 09079 with Gebirgsjaeger-Regiment / Mountain Regiment 137. With contents.

$35.00

German Italian 1945 Volunteer Mountain Corps in Croatia Feldpost Cover
Feldpost from Italian volunteer with Gebirgs-Korps-Nachrichten-Abteilung 415 (Mountain Signals Corps Detachment) in Croatia. Rough as per scan.

$35.00

Italian Volunteer 3rd Reich Germany Wehrmacht Feldpost
Feldpost cover from Italian serving in German WWII armed forces with Luftschutzdienst Abteilung der Luftwaffe 43. This comes from a specialized collection, the largest I have seen of Italians in the German Armed Forces; as these came from foreign members of the Wehrmacht most were censored and bear various censorship markings. Many of these covers are in average to poor shape, reflecting the hard times their authors had at the end of WWII (most are from 1944-1945). Please see the scan for the exact condition, I would like to note that not all such Italians were necessarily volunteers in the strict sense of the word -- after the capitulation on Sept. 8, 1943 many went into POW work camps and used the feldpost number of the unit to which they were attached; most were not " Nazi's" , even those who served in the Waffen SS after the capitulation . Italian units already integrated into the Wehrmacht continued to do so, though they and the newly formed units in many cases received new feldp...

$29.00

Italian Volunteer 3rd Reich Germany Pionier Wehrmacht Feldpost
Feldpost cover from Italian serving in German WWII armed forces with Reserve-Pionier-Bataillon 7. Rough condition, This comes from a specialized collection, the largest I have seen of Italians in the German Armed Forces; as these came from foreign members of the Wehrmacht most were censored and bear various censorship markings. Many of these covers are in average to poor shape, reflecting the hard times their authors had at the end of WWII (most are from 1944-1945). Please see the scan for the exact condition, I would like to note that not all such Italians were necessarily volunteers in the strict sense of the word -- after the capitulation on Sept. 8, 1943 many went into POW work camps and used the feldpost number of the unit to which they were attached; most were not " Nazi's" , even those who served in the Waffen SS after the capitulation (this service was usually assigned, not chosen). Italian units already integrated into the Wehrmacht continued to do so, though they and the new...

$29.00

Italian Luftwaffe Volunteer Fliegerhorst LGPA Paris 3rd Reich Germany Feldpost
Feldpost cover from Italian serving in German WWII armed forces with Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur E 242/XII / Luftwaffe Airfield WK XII. This comes from a specialized collection, the largest I have seen of Italians in the German Armed Forces; as these came from foreign members of the Wehrmacht most were censored and bear various censorship markings. Many of these covers are in average to poor shape, reflecting the hard times their authors had at the end of WWII (most are from 1944-1945). Please see the scan for the exact condition, I would like to note that not all such Italians were necessarily volunteers in the strict sense of the word -- after the capitulation on Sept. 8, 1943 many went into POW work camps and used the feldpost number of the unit to which they were attached; most were not " Nazi's" . Italian units already integrated into the Wehrmacht continued to do so, though they and the newly formed units in many cases received new feldpost numbers in the 80000-88000 range (Michel ...

$25.00

Italian Volunteer 3rd Reich Germany Luftwaffe Feldpost
Feldpost cover from Italian serving in German WWII armed forces with 3. Kompanie Luftwaffen-Bau-Bataillon 3/XIII. This comes from a specialized collection, the largest I have seen of Italians in the German Armed Forces; as these came from foreign members of the Wehrmacht most were censored and bear various censorship markings. Many of these covers are in average to poor shape, reflecting the hard times their authors had at the end of WWII (most are from 1944-1945). Please see the scan for the exact condition, I would like to note that not all such Italians were necessarily volunteers in the strict sense of the word -- after the capitulation on Sept. 8, 1943 many went into POW work camps and used the feldpost number of the unit to which they were attached; most were not " Nazi's" . Italian units already integrated into the Wehrmacht continued to do so, though they and the newly formed units in many cases received new feldpost numbers in the 80000-88000 range (Michel Feldpost Handbook, 2...

$29.00