The German Girl - April 1941
The periodical Das Deutsche Madel was a magazine aimed at German girls, particularly members of League of German Girls (Bund Deutscher Madel). Das deutsche Mädel urged hiking, tending the wounded, hard work in factories, and preparing for motherhood.
This volume contains reports about the German soldier, war in the West (France), fighting in Transylvania (Siebenburgen), Luftwaffe - Henkel HE 111 and working in Henkel factories, schooling of tropical nurse of the German Red Cross for their duty in Africa, Dietl visiting the BDM Madel, reports from Jewish Ghetto in Lublin and Litzmannstadt (Lodz), at the sickbay at Bayonne, accounts from Ilse Mau visiting Bulgaria, blankets and pillows made of fabric residues ...
In very good exterior and very good interior condition
Wrappers lightly rubbed and soiled, else ok.
All pages are complete and tight in the binding.
Approx/Measurements: 12" x 9" ~0.15 lbs.
Published by Youth Leadership of the Reich
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