[Below: An extraordinary art piece -- a hand-painted watercolor by Wilhem Donaubauer of Von Hindenburg at Tannenberg. Special thanks to the contributor for sharing these unique pieces with the world!]

[Below: Translation and explanation of the painting.]

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[Below: Amber crystal cut commemorative Nuremberg glass with a Reichsmark coin sealed in the bottom. A very neat piece! Again, special thanks to the contributor!]

[Below: Five Reichsmark silver coin sealed in glass bottom]

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[Below: A stained glass window 'Germany Awake!']

[Below: SS illustration]

[Below: In the ruins of the Berlin bunker...]

[Below: Postage stamp issued on July 20, 1938. It represents the 5th Race for 'The Brown Ribbon' in Munich-Riem.]

[Below: Postcard from 1938.]

[Below: Wagner themed postage stamps from 1933, 4+2pf and 6+4pf.]

[Below: Wagner themed postage stamps from 1933, 8+4pf and 12+3pf.]

[Below: Wagner themed postage stamps from 1933, 20+10pf.]

[Below: Adolf Hitler ridding the world of chaos and conflict and creating order and a new man.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration 'The Talisman'. This shows Jews, like vampires, being repelled by a swastika talisman.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration showing a Bolshevik-Jew threatening Mother Europe.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration.]

[Below: Color version.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration - 'Jewish Press'.]

[Below: Der Stürmer illustration.]

[Below: 'Der "ideale" Mensch für das auserwählte...' = 'The "ideal" man for the chosen one...']

[Below: This illustration is from the children's book 'Der Giftpilz' (The Poisonous Mushroom). The caption says 'The Jewish nose is crooked at its tip. It looks like the number six...']

[Below: Der Stürmer.]

[Below: 'Otto Mayer, the Nuremberg Jew'.]

[Below: Circa 1920]

[Below: This takes the title of the London newspaper The Times and reverses it: 'SEMIT' = 'SEMITE or SEMITIC']

[Below: Here's a cruder example of the artwork above]

[Below: Here's another version of the above. This version came later and is called 'Puzzle'. These drawings were used on leaflets which were dropped on French soldiers in the Maginot Line.]

[Below: Illustration from an equipment book showing women's BDM uniforms.]

[Below: Illustration from an equipment book showing women's BDM uniforms.]