Adolf Hitler’s Personal Note Card From His Office At The Reich Chancellery In Berlin Brought Home By A U.S. Soldier
Adolf Hitler’s personal Note Card 1943 Brought Home By A U.S. Soldier. A 4″/7.5″ note card with Adolf Hitler’s embossed eagle and “Berlin” in dark ink. We have several that were taken by a U.S. soldier from Hitler’s office at the Reich Chancellery at the end of WWII. These cards are in good condition and display very well. Recovered in May 1945 as “Loot” or “Trophy of War”. It was from the Dr. Mark Griffith collection who wrote several books of WWII and interviewed hundreds of Veterans. Pictures of his books are shown here. 100% guaranteed to be authentic complete museum documentation (COA) provided. An amazing historical artifact from the 20th century’s most infamous character. Don’t miss your chance to own a real museum authenticated Hitler note card with solid U.S. Veteran provenance. Hitler personal items are a great investment item and the prices keep going up and with real historically accurate U.S. Veteran provenance makes this a rare and desirable piece. Very RARE!