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Kriegshetze und Völkermorden in den letzten 150 Jahren im Dienste des "allmächtigen Baumeisters aller Welten" Venichtung der Freimanurerei durch Enthullung ihrer Geheimnisse. II. Teil [Part II only]
Im Selbstverlage des Verfassers, Munich, München, Germany 1928 - 174, [2] pages. 230 x 157 mm. This volume was part of the Rehse collection, which Hitler bought from Rehse. The book has copious, very neat underlining in multiple colors, probably by Rehse himself. They add value to this copy. Friedrich Josef Maria Rehse (* 23. March 1870 in Münster ; ¿ 14. January 1952 in Munich) was a German photographer and art publishers. It was mainly known as the original investor of the so-called Rehse Collection, a central source of the history of the NSDAP. At the beginning of the First World War, Rehse felt "inspired by the shots of Sarajevo" to create a collection of contemporary history documents, which he initially referred to as "an archive of contemporary history and journalism Munich". Later, this was generally known as the Rehse Collection. The collection included posters, flags, newspaper excerpts, brochures, and objects of a different kind. In the first years of its existence, he collected mainly material about the history of the history, especially the history of political parties. At the beginning of the 1920s, Rehse began to collect materials on the history of the NSDAPs, which were then increasingly noticeable in Munich, and soon the history of the NSDAP became a core component of the collection. Starting 1921 Rehse was in personal contact with Adolf Hitler, on whose behalf the collection was purchased in 1929 by the NSDAP for 80,000 RM. The collection, which Rehse now supervised as an employee of the NSDAP, changed from then on (1929: Archive and Museum of Contemporary History, 1932: FJ Rehse Collection for Contemporary History and Journalism, 1938: FJ Rehse Archive and Museum of Contemporary History) to the Reichsschatzmeister of the NSDAP. In 1938, the collection has been housed in the Munich Residenz. The collection, which has been described as a "mixture of the periodical archive and curiosity cabinet", was extended to the years of the war and partly made accessible to the public in the context of museum exhibitions. The Rehse Collection fell into the hands of the Americans at the end of World War II , who brought them to the United States. A large portion of the collection was later handed over to the Federal Archives, another portion remained in the Library of Congress in the United States and yet another portion was dispersed. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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