Offered for sale is this
ORIGINAL 1933 REICHSAUTOBAHN SKETCH BY THE HAND OF FRITZ TODT
FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY
Offered for sale is this original pencil drawing by senior Nazi Fritz Todt measuring 13 inches x 8 inches. It depicts a section of the (at that time planned) section of the Reichsautobahn (RAB or Reich Motorways) Irschenberg 1933 – Hüttenkirchen. This was acquired by a lifelong resident of Berchtesgaden who met many high level Third Reich personalities and their families after the war. The back of the drawing has Fritz Todt’s official stamp. There is also a tag stapled to the top left corner which is the location of the drawing and the year 1933, and then possibly an inventory number. Also included is a letter from Todt’s daughter Ilsebill dated 3 Nov 1993 and a modern copy of a photo of Todt and his family. This grouping came from the collection of a lifelong resident of Berchtesgaden who met many Third Reich personalities as well as their families over the years. Fritz Todt (4 September 1891 – 8 February 1942) was a German construction engineer and senior Nazi who rose from the position of Inspector General for German Roadways, in which he directed the construction of the German Autobahn (Reichsautobahnen or RAB), to become the Reich Minister for Armaments and Ammunition. From that position, he directed the entire German wartime military economy. Before the beginning of World War II, he initiated what Hitler called Organisation Todt, a military-engineering company that supplied industry with forced labor and administered construction of the Nazi concentration camps in the late phase of Nazi Germany. Todt died in an aircraft crash in 1942.
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