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(1885 - 1946) Nazi journalist and politician, editor of "Der Sturmer" and virulent anti-Semite, executed at Nuremberg. Historically important signed fingerprint arrest record of Julius Streicher, 2pp. 8” x 8”, taken at “CCPWE #32”, June 3, 1945 – 11 days after his arrest at Berchtesgaden by a Yiddish-speaking American officer who recognized the vile anti-Semite. This document, almost certainly the first such record taken from the notorious prisoner, is labeled "Prisoner of War Preliminary Record". It bears prints of all ten fingers, as well as the war criminal’s occupation as “Politician”, birth date, address, date of capture, physical description, and distinguishing traits: “Scars on left knee; burn scars on left hip”. It is signed “Julius Streicher” at center-right. Fine condition. Streicher was being held at the prisoner-of-war camp in the Palace Hotel of Mondorf-les-Bains, Luxembourg, code named "Camp Ashcan". "CCPWE #32" is an abbreviation for the “Central Continental Prisoner of War Enclosure #32.” Operating from May to August 1945, it served as a processing station and interrogation center for the 86 most prominent surviving Nazi leaders prior to their trial in Nuremberg, including Hermann Goring and Karl Donitz.
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Minimum Bid: $360.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $812.50
Estimate: $750 - $1,000
Auction closed on Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
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