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Over the years I have often tried to float the thought that the simple Ehrenkreuz has a hidden reservoir of fantastic signatures.

Think of it... 1934-35... the party was pushing their own people into public office all over..

I had just had this thought again today, and as fate would have it, this was the very next doc i fished out....

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The Ehrenkreuz is indeed an underrated source for signatures (until this thread anyway!) and a lot of the time the dealers don't do their homework when it comes to these humble documents, presumably thinking that no-one of note would possibly sign them.That example of Helldorf that you have posted is a great example and I have also seen such citations bearing hand signed signatures of Guderian, von Brauchitsch and Dollmann to name just a few.

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