Offered for sale is a rare
ORIGINAL 1942 DOCUMENT SIGNED BY ADOLF HITLER’S PERSONAL BODYGUARD
SS-OBERSTURMBANNFÜHRER BRUNO GESCHE
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SS- Obersturmbannführer Bruno Gesche was a member of Adolf Hitler’s entourage and the fourth commander of Hitler’s personal bodyguard (originally known as the SS-Begleitkommando des Führers, later known as Führerbegleitkommando) for the periods June 1934 – April 1942 and December 1942 – December 1944.
On 29 February 1932, with the advice of Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler, Hitler chose eight from a prospective twelve SS men presented by Sepp Dietrich, to serve as his personal bodyguard, the SS-Begleitkommando des Führers. One of the handpicked men was Bruno Gesche. Not long after the unit’s creation, Gesche managed to draw the ire of Himmler. To Himmler’s consternation, Hitler’s fondness for Gesche stemming from their days as old guard comrades would define Gesche’s fate for practically the duration of Nazi Germany.
The document, dated 29 December 1942 is addressed to the SS-Personalhauptamt in Berlin. Please note Gesche’s low SS number #1093.
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