UNIQUE ORIGINAL 1941 - 1942 PHOTOGRAPHS AND

FELDPOST LOT OF A GERMAN WAR CORRESPONDENT

IN THE

90. LEICHTE AFRIKADIVISION

OF

ERWIN ROMMELS FAMOUS AFRIKAKORPS

TWO BINDERS WITH 110 BIG SIZE PHOTOS ON THE BATTLE OF TOBRUK AND SNAPSHOTS OF HOW THE GERMAN LANDSER SAW NORTH AFRICA, EACH PHOTO WITH ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION!

PLUS FIVE RARE DAK FIELD POST LETTERS, ONE OF THEM THE VERY SCARCE ONE WITH THE DAK PALM TREE!

The unique lot of FRITZ MOOSMÜLLER, Kriegsbildberichterstatter (war correspondent) in the 90. LEICHTE AFRIKADIVISION is very accurate filed in these two binders. There are always two big size 12x17cm (4-3/4 x 6-3/4 inches) photos filed in separate plastic protection sheets on each page. Each photo has the war correspondents rubber stamp on the back plus a description where the photo was taken and what the photo shows. All photos and the field post letters are originals from 1941 and 1942.

Very sought after original, unused AFRIKAKORPS FELDPOST letter with the well known DAK palm tree!

A Stuka attack (top) and an artillery attack, Tobruk 1942.

British prisoners of war, captured during the battle of Tobruk 1942.

"The face of the German soldier in Africa during the heavy battle of Tobruk 1942" (translation of the description of this photograph).

Members of the 90. Leichte Afrikadivision in the shade of some palm trees.

Four complete original Feldpost letters, three of them definitely sent from the North African soil, we are not 100% sure about the 4th one. All envelopes still have the original letters in them.

Big 8 x 10-1/2 inches full color print of the well known Willrich picture of the desert fox, Feldmarschall Erwin Rommel

Offered for sale is an

UNIQUE ORIGINAL 1941 - 1942 PHOTOGRAPHS AND FELDPOST LOT OF A GERMAN WAR CORRESPONDENT IN THE

90. LEICHTE AFRIKADIVISION

OF

ERWIN ROMMELS AFRIKAKORPS

TWO BINDERS WITH 110 BIG SIZE PHOTOS ON THE BATTLE OF TOBRUK AND SNAPSHOTS OF HOW THE GERMAN LANDSER SAW NORTH AFRICA, EACH PHOTO WITH ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION! PLUS FIVE RARE DAK FIELD POST LETTERS, ONE OF THEM THE VERY SCARCE ONE WITH THE DAK PALM TREE!

FRITZ MOOSMÜLLER was a war correspondent who was assigned to the 90. Leichte Afrikadivision and he made some very interesting photographs, especially of the battle of Tobruk in 1942. These photos have probably never been published before! This rare lot will make a wonderful addition to anyones collection of Afrikakorps history!

British Mark VI (top) and Mark II tanks destroyed in the battle of Tobruk in May 1942. The bottom photo with Field Marshall Erwin Rommel

Two more photos from the battle of Tobruk, May 1942

A shot down British war plane and a DAK soldier in a captured British position, the war correspondents text says that the "Tommies" (German nickname for the British soldiers) are still in their foxholes, waiting to be taken prisoner!

Two photographs of Erwin Rommel, taken 30km south of the strategic important Halfayar Pass.

More British POW's, Tobruk 1942

DAK soldiers exploring the foreign culture.

A German Afrikakorps Kübelwagen of the 90. Leichte Division

in the streets of Tobruk.

THIS

UNIQUE ORIGINAL 1941 - 1942 PHOTOGRAPHS AND

FELDPOST LOT OF A GERMAN WAR CORRESPONDENT

IN THE

90. LEICHTE AFRIKADIVISION

IS OFFERED FOR SALE

FOR $799.00 INCL. SHIPPING WITH PRIORITY MAIL

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