WORLD WAR II GERMAN NEWSPAPERS
A group of three Germans newspapers, the first Deutsche Illustrierte, Apr. 4, 1933, 20pp. sm. folio, includes a two-page report about the life and death of Horst Wessel and a four-page spread on the meeting of Mar. 21, 1933, heavily illustrated. Along with a copy of the Hannoversche Neueste Nachrichten, Oct. 2, 1946, 6pp. folio. The front page news includes the judgments made at the Nurnberg Trials, listing all 22 defendents and their photographs within. Also includes a verbatim transcript of Hitler's last will and testament, with an addendum by Goebbels.With a third newspaper, Hambuerger Tageblatt, Oct. 20, 1943, war content. Three pieces, general wear and toning consistent with age.