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Ödön Lechner (Hungarian, 1845 – 1914)

Sandor Schmidl Family Mausoleum, photos by Zoltán Bagyinszki, 1903

Kozma Street Cemetery, Budapest

…made a post about this before seeing someone had posted it already haha… It’s a really beautiful building!! A good example of art nouveau… (you can search the internet to see more beautiful pics of this building…very worth it!)

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Sorry for the bad quality, but, I found this in Google a few hours ago, I was searching information of a German-Venezuelan guy, very important in Germany in the WW2 and this appears, so… It’s “Cut-out sheet with caricatures of Hitler, Göring, Goebbels and Ribbentrop, after 1945”… Idk, but I was searching if there one of those but with Albert or Rudolf, but apparently doesn’t exists so…

ANYONE WHO SAYS HE DOESN’T NEED THESE IS LYING

joukkotuhoase:

Sorry for the bad quality, but, I found this in Google a few hours ago, I was searching information of a German-Venezuelan guy, very important in Germany in the WW2 and this appears, so… It’s “Cut-out sheet with caricatures of Hitler, Göring, Goebbels and Ribbentrop, after 1945”… Idk, but I was searching if there one of those but with Albert or Rudolf, but apparently doesn’t exists so…

ANYONE WHO SAYS HE DOESN’T NEED THESE IS LYING

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fuehrer3345:

HITLER’S ORIGINAL WW l FIELD CAP!!!

Typical round, early Imperial German military field cap (Feldmütze ), in gray wool with a red band and piping.

It was marked in indelible ink on the inside and there were two cockades attached to the front; the National German Reich on top (black-white-red) ; the Bavarian State one (white-blue-white) on the lower cap band.

Notice the upper mark stamped on the inside of the cap, which can be seen in the photograph, is “B.A.VI. 1914.”

This means that the cap was issued to the clothing depots of the Bavarian Sixth Army, an entity that was formed in 1914 after the outbreak of the First World War in August of that year.

Below this is another stamp, also in indelible ink that reads: “Bay.Res.I.R.16. 1Comp. Nr. 148.” The number “148” was written in with indelible ink at the time the cap was issued to its owner.

 The Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment was known as the “List Regiment” after its commander.

If one looks at the Hoffman book, Hitler: wie ihn keiner kennt (The Hitler Nobody Knows) published in Berlin in 1938, on page 10, you can see the identity disk of Adolf Hitler that has the identical information and personal identification number!

The two cockades are made of metal (fake ones are made of plastic) and sewn on using cotton—not polyester—thread.

Also, in the Werner Maser book, Hitler: Legend, Myth & Reality (English edition) published by Harper in 1973, in a period photograph of Hitler taken during the war, facing page 178, one can see a younger Hitler wearing the very same hat.

A search of the German Bundesarchiv in Koblenz, shows all the official information on Hitler’s military record: ‘Nominal roll of 7 Company, 1st Replacement Bn, 2nd Bavarian Infantry Regiment at vol xxii Bundesarchiv, NS 26/12; ibid, sheet 249, no. e 7111’ and dozens of other official records, which show very clearly that when Adolf Hitler joined the military, he was sent to the Bavarian Reserve Infantry Regiment (List) and assigned to the First Company with a number of 148. 

{ Information such as this will be found in my upcoming book:  }

        ’ Hitler’s Uniforms: A Complete History  1925-1945 ‘

Happy to answer any Hitler uniform question