THE LAST ISSUE NEWSPAPER FROM BERLIN! SUPER RARE!

DER PANZERBAER - LAST ISSUE 29 APRIL 1945

ONE DAY LATER HILER COMMITTED SUICIDE AND FOUR DAYS LATER BERLIN SURRENDERED! A VERY RARE PIECE OF HISTORY!

This very rare newspaper of great historic significance is in very good condition, complete with no tears or other damage

The coat of arms of Berlin is the bear and the logo of this super rare newspaper was a bear, too - but one that was holding a Panzerfaust anti-tank weapon. The Panzerfaust was the weapon that women, old men and children from the Hitler Youth were given to stop the Russian Red Army. Please note the date: 29 April 1945 - the last time a newspaper was printed in the capital of Nazi Germany!

the backside of this rarity features Hitler Youth and women of Berlin that formed the Volkssturm (together with old guys) manning the Panzerfaust

'the Fuehrer is where victory is' - one day after this last paper was printed in Berlin Adolf Hitler committed suicide and Berlin surrendered three days later.

these are the food rations for the last week of Hitler's Berlin

item # A - 783

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THE LAST ISSUE NEWSPAPER FROM BERLIN! SUPER RARE!

DER PANZERBAER - LAST ISSUE 29 APRIL 1945

ONE DAY LATER HILER COMMITTED SUICIDE AND FOUR DAYS LATER BERLIN SURRENDERED! A VERY RARE PIECE OF HISTORY!

Der Panzerbär – Kampfblatt für die Verteidiger Groß-Berlins was a German daily tabloid newspaper printed in the final days of the European theater of World War Two in Berlin.

Published by the Ullstein-Verlag, it only appeared seven times altogether between 23 and 29 April 1945. Its logo was a bear, referring to the coat of arms of Berlin, holding a Panzerfaust anti-tank weapon. It reported on and provided Nazi propaganda regarding the fight for the city against the Soviet Red Army.
Many of the articles spread the illusion that strong forces were in route to fight the Soviet Red Army and eventually defeat them. Of course this was only propaganda. One day after this very last issue was printed, Adolf Hitler shot himself in the bunker under the Reichskanzlei and another three days later Berlin surrendered! This is probably one of the rarest and most sought after newspapers of the entire 12 years long history of the ‘Thousand Year Long Reich’!

this last newspaper obviously was not sold but given out as it does not have a price on it. On the upper right corner it says 'Lesen und weitergeben!' (Read and pass on!)

'The battle for the center of Berlin has begun'. The article starts with the words that the heroic battle of Berlin shows one more time the fight of the German people against Bolshevism.

the last newspaper that was printed in Hitler's Berlin consisted of four pages and very few examples have survived, especially in this excellent condition.

15 Russian T34 tanks were destroyed in the inner city (but it does not say how many thousand more tanks the Russians still had...)

'with hand grenades against the Bolshevists'

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THE LAST ISSUE NEWSPAPER FROM BERLIN! SUPER RARE!

DER PANZERBAER - LAST ISSUE 29 APRIL 1945

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