Original Rare Signed Photo Of HEAD OF THE SS-TOTENKOPF DIVISION, SS-OBERGRUPPE NFÜHRER EICKE Certified. Very rare Eicke signed postcard from the Prof. Heinrich Hoffmann studios in Munich. His signatures are more commonly found on documents. A photo with his signature is extremely rare. This signature is in dark bold fountain ink and comes out of a very old collection. Theodor Eicke was a German SS functionary during the Nazi era. He was one of the key figures in the development of Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust. Eicke served as the second commandant of the Dachau concentration camp from June 1933 to July 1934, and together with his adjutant Michael Lippert, was one of the executioners of SA Chief Ernst Röhm during the Night of the Long Knives purge. In 1939, Eicke became commander of the SS Division Totenkopf of the Waffen-SS, leading the division during the Second World War on the Western and Eastern fronts, and continuing to expand and develop the concentration camp system. Eicke was killed on 26 February 1943, when his plane was shot down during the Third Battle of Kharkov. This autograph was examined and authenticated by 2 different independent leading experts. This Eicke autograph comes with Certification document from The Gettysburg Museum of History (COA). We 100% guarantee that this is an authentic photo autographed by Eicke in the early 1940’s. Authentic Eicke autographed photos are rare. Also much of this material was destroyed in WWII and also during the de-Nazification process. 100% guaranteed to be authentic and signed in person by Eicke. We are offering this on a first come bases. An outstanding example! Do not miss this unique opportunity to own this historic photo signed by Eicke one of the most notorious Nazi’s. with Museum certification. 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.