RARE ORIGINAL 1941 SHEET OF MUSIC

WITH THE FAMOUS NAZI AFRIKAKORPS TANK ARMY SONG

PANZER ROLLEN IN AFRIKA VOR

THE BATTLE SONG, COMPOSED BY NORBERT SCHULTZE, WAS SUNG BY FIELD MARSHAL ERWIN ROMMELS SOLDIERS WHEN THEY PUSHED BACK THE BRITISH ARMY ON THE NORTH AFRICAN DESERTS IN 1941!

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RARE ORIGINAL 1941 SHEET OF MUSIC

WITH THE FAMOUS NAZI AFRIKAKORPS TANK ARMY SONG

PANZER ROLLEN IN AFRIKA VOR

THE BATTLE SONG, COMPOSED BY NORBERT SCHULTZE, WAS SUNG BY FIELD MARSHAL ERWIN ROMMELS SOLDIERS WHEN THEY PUSHED BACK THE BRITISH ARMY ON THE NORTH AFRICAN DESERTS IN 1941!

This scarce 9-1/2 x 12-3/4 inch, 4 page sheet of music was published 1941 by Hans Sikorski Musikverlag in Leipzig and is in very good condition. Only along the edges are some minor damages. 1941 was the year when Adolf Hitler agreed to help his friend and Ally Benito Mussolini who was at war with the British on the North African soil. The Italian army was close of bein defeated when the Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK) arrived under the command of Erwin Rommel, the genius on the battle field who quickly was nicknamed the "desert fox" by his enemies and who was one of the most popular leader of the Nazi German armies. Rommels Afrikakorps started out very successful and pushed back the British army. That was the time when this song was composed, together with "Heia Safari" the most popular song among the soldiers in the Deutsches Afrikakorps!

The item was folded in half but this did not cause any damage. This great piece of his-torical value will look sharp when framed in anyones collection of Afrikakorps memo-rabilia!

THIS RARE ORIGINAL 1941 SHEET OF MUSIC

WITH THE FAMOUS NAZI AFRIKAKORPS TANK ARMY SONG

PANZER ROLLEN IN AFRIKA VOR

IS OFFERED FOR SALE FOR $145.00

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