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Exceedingly Rare German Document Signed (Autographed) By Hitler, Goering, And Blomberg Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History And 3rd Party Certification


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Exceedingly Rare German Document Signed (Autographed) By Hitler, Goering, And Blomberg Certified By The Gettysburg Museum Of History And 3rd Party Certification. You wanted the best, we give you the best! Mega Rare! Investment quality. Original signatures of Adolf Hitler, Hermann Göring and Werner von Blomberg on a certificate of appointment for Major Erich von Falkenhayn to the lieutenant colonel  as head of the Wroclaw liaison office of the Air Command III, issued in Berlin on April 20, 1935 with very nice ink signatures by “Adolf Hitler” and and “Göring” and “v.Blomberg” as countersigners. The  sheet is unfolded, has residues of a paper clip on the top, otherwise it is in very good condition. Erich von Falkenhayn entered the King’s Infantry Regiment (6th Lorraine) No. 145 as a lieutenant on March 22, 1900, where he was employed as a company officer. Between October 1, 1908 and June 30, 1911, he attended the war school, where he was promoted to first lieutenant on October 18, 1909. After attending the war school, he returned to the King’s Infantry Regiment (6th Lorraine) No. 145. On April 1, 1912, he was transferred to the General Staff, where he served until March 22, 1914. Then he returned to the King’s Infantry Regiment (6th Lorraine) No. 145. Here he was promoted to Hautmann on January 27, 1914. Until August 1914 he was commanded to the air force, where he was trained as a pilot. At the beginning of the First World War, he was transferred as a pilot to field aviation department 39 and on October 21, 1916 commanded the aviator at Army High Command 8. From January 28, 1918, he was aviation commander 19 until December 18, 1918 the Aircraft Replacement Department 8 was moved. At the end of the war he joined the Freikorps “Faupel”. On June 1, 1919 he became company commander in the Freikorps Görlitz. On leave on October 26, 1919, he was discharged from military service on January 7, 1920. On October 1, 1933, he joined the Air Force and initially became an Air Force liaison officer with the VIII Army Corps. On October 1, 1934 he was promoted to major, on April 1, 1935 to lieutenant colonel and on October 1, 1937 to colonel. From the 1st January 1938 he was liaison officer of the Luftwaffe with the XII army command and from January 3, 1939 command of the military area command Pforzheim. On April 1, 1941, he took command of the Luftwaffe Construction Brigade II. On November 1, 1941 he was promoted to major general. From July 10, 1942, he was an officer for special tasks in the Reich Ministry of Aviation and the Chief of the Air Force. On November 30, 1942, he was finally retired from military service.  It is of note that Hitler signed this document on his birthday! 100% Guaranteed to be authentic.  Original period triple signed documents  are rare, most were destroyed at the end of WWII.   in excellent condition. Complete museum documentation (COA) Provided. Certified by The Gettysburg Museum of History. Also includes a third party COA. The Gettysburg Museum of History does not support or condone Adolf Hitler or the Nazi Party and is only offering this as a historic relic. Please see our other items.  Also note when browsing our web site there are several pages of items, at the bottom of the list look for other page numbers. RARE! Don’t miss this one!      .