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Signatures of Nazis at Nuremberg  

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Printed sheet containing facsimile signatures of some 81 German prisoners on trial at Nuremberg following World War II


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On sheet 56x62 cm (22x24½").

Rare privately printed broadsheet containing signature of 81 Geman prisoners. The signatures were gathered by Captain Edward F. Olchawski, an American dentist who examined the teeth of the prisoners. He inscribed the broadsheet before reproduction, "Signatures witnesses by me at Nuremberg prison, Nuremberg, Germany. 3 November, 1945. Capt. Edward F. Olchawski." A rare gathering of signatures, which includes women as well as men, such as Margarete Himmler, her daughter Gudrun Himmler, and Christa Schroeder (Hitler's Secretary). Others include Albert Goering, Karl Doenitz, Alfred Jodl, Alfred Rosenberg, Karl Wolff, and many others. No examples are listed in OCLC.

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Some mild creasing, very good.

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