ORIGINAL 1943 THIRD REICH

BdM PROPAGANDA BOOK

Ein Mädel erlebt

den Führer

A VERY INTERESTING BOOK ON A GIRL IN SUDETENLAND

WHO HAS ONLY ONE DESIRE: TO SEE ADOLF HITLER!

Offered for sale is an

ORIGINAL 1943 THIRD REICH

BdM PROPAGANDA BOOK

Ein Mädel erlebt

den Führer

A VERY INTERESTING BOOK ON A GIRL IN SUDETENLAND

WHO HAS ONLY ONE DESIRE: TO SEE ADOLF HITLER!

The 5-1/2 x 8 inches hardcover book with 164 pages was written from Daisy Wolfram von Wolmar and printed 1943 from the Franz Mueller Verlag in Dresden, Germany. The book has a repairable little damage on the back, the rest is in very good condi-tion. It deals about a young girl who grows up in the Sudetenland (the homeland of Adolf Hitler) at a time before the annex of Austria when people who supported the National Socialism were suppressed from the Austrian government. This girl, Ingrid is her name, gets a visit from her German cousin who is in the Hitler Youth and who tells her all these amazing stories about Hitler, the BdM, etc. and she decides to take the risk to illegaly pass the Austrian/German border and spends time in a BdM camp which she of course describes as the best days of her young life. Back home she starts to recruit Austrian girls to create something similar, always in fear to get caught. Most good fairy tales have a happy end and so it comes that just when Ingrid and her illegal bunch of National Socialist are about to get caught Adolf Hitler "liberates" them and makes Austria become part of the Greater German Reich! And when Hitler comes to speak in her hometown in the Sudetenland she is chosen by a German Officer to welcome him and hand him a bunch of flowers!

THIS ORIGINAL 1943 THIRD REICH

BdM PROPAGANDA BOOK

Ein Mädel erlebt

den Führer

IS OFFERED FOR SALE

FOR $125.00

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