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Adolf Hitler’s & Eva Braun’s Personally Owned Handkerchief Taken From The Berghof (His Home) By A U.S. Soldier

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Adolf Hitler’s and Eva Braun’s Personally Owned Handkerchief Taken From The Berghof (His Home) By A U.S. Soldier.  2 x  white cloth cotton handkerchief’s one owned by Hitler and one owned by Eva Braun recovered from the Berghof tunnels by one of the very first U.S. solider’s to enter. Sgt. Russell Dysert fought with the 441st Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion attached to the 3rd Infantry Division. He and a small party of Officer’s and men entered Hitler’s Bergof complex first and he was able to secure some very choice Hitler Souvenirs including a Hitler pistol and his silver from the service sets. Many items were found in the air-raid tunnels underneath the Berghof. There were air-raids just before the Allies arrived and some of Hitler’s valuables were moved to the tunnels underneath for safe keeping. Sgt. Dysert drove a mail truck and jeep and started to loot, being the mail clerk he shipped several boxes of items home. He used napkins, tablecloths, and in this case Hitler’s and Braun’s Handkerchiefs to wrap silver in to mail home. These handkerchiefs  were obtained by Dr. Mark Griffith directly from Sgt. Dysert and was part of his collection too. Dr. Mark Griffith wrote several books on WWII and 2 books specifically on Adolf Hitler’s silver and artifacts. 100% guaranteed to be authentic complete museum documentation (COA) provided. An amazing historical artifact from the 20th century’s most infamous person. We have just a few pieces and Hitler silver taken by Sgt. Dysert also on our web site. Hitler and Braun items always sell very fast when we get them. Don’t miss your chance to own a real museum authenticated Hitler piece  with solid U.S. Veteran provenance. Hitler/Braun personal items are a great investment item and the prices keep going up and with real historically accurate U.S. Veteran provenance making the investment potential endless. Very limited.  See our other pieces on our web site.