Joseph Goebbels

Goebbels, Joseph

NS-Politiker und Reichspropagandaminister (1897-1945). "O du mein Deutschland". Autograph poem manuscript. O. O. 4 Zeilen auf 2 SS. (1 Bl). Gr.-8vo.
$ 2,715 / 2.500 € (33506/BN28715)

"O, du mein Deutschland, so fern, so weit, | O, du mein Heimatland, ich muß dich meiden, | In meinem Herzen muß ich drob leiden, | O, du mein Deutschland". - The reverse shows another poem (3 lines, stricken out repeatedly) and 13 exercises in writing "Goebbels" fluently. - Edges slightly frayed.

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Goebbels, Joseph

German National Socialist politician and Reichsminister of Propaganda (1897-1945). Collection of early autograph manuscripts, letter drafts, and documents. Various places. Various formats. Altogether 150½ pages.
$ 17,919 / 16.500 € (86068/BN56793)

Large collection of authentic juvenile material relating to one of Adolf Hitler's closest associates. Comprising in total: - I: Goebbels's college science notebook. Ca. 1919, in pencil and ink, signed within eight times "Goebbels". 8vo. 52 pp. - II: Goebbels's high school maths workbook. Ca. 1918. 8vo. 60 pp. Goebbels has written his name on the title-page and filled the book with mathematical equations and logarithms, precisely written in pen and pencil. - III: Goebbels's registration book for classes he took at the Julius Maximilians University (Würzburg) in the winter semester of 1918/19.

8vo. 24 pp. Goebbels has signed his full name on the cover, along with his city of residence and his course of study ("German Studies"). Within he lists the classes taken, professors' names, and class fees. - IV: Typed letter signed from his father Fritz Goebbels. Rheydt, 14 Nov. 1918. 1 p. 4to. On the verso of the letter, Goebbels, at the time drinking heavily, has signed his name 28 times as "Goebbels", seven times with his familiar "Ulex Goebbels", and seven times as "Ulex". - V: Manuscript poem. 11 July 1920. 1 p. 205 x 81 mm. Unsigned, titled "Husarenabschied" ("Hussars' Farewell"). - VI: Autograph poetry manuscript. 23 April 1923. 1 p. 8vo. Unsigned, titled "Bei Nacht" ("By Night"). - VII: Autograph poetry manuscript. Ca. 1920. 1 p. 8vo. Unsigned, titled "In einer Nacht" ("One Night"). - VIII: Autograph poetry manuscript. Ca. 1920. 3 pp. 8vo. Unsigned, titled "Der Mutter Wiegenlied" ("A Mother's Lullaby"). On the verso is a second poem. - IX: Autograph poetry manuscript. Ca. 1920. 1 p. 205 x 73 mm. Unsigned, titled "Abschied" ("Farewell"). - X: "Ins Tagebuch" and "Mahnung" ("For the Journal" and "Admonition"). 2 autograph poetry manuscripts (12 and 15 lines). Heidelberg, 15 May 1920. Small 4to. 1 p. - XI: Autograph poetry manuscript. Ca. 1920. 1 p. 205 x 73 mm. Unsigned, titled "Heimfahrt" ("Journey Home"). - XII: Autograph manuscript signed. N. p. o. d. 8vo. 1½ pp. Signed "Goebbels" (4 times) and "Pflüger" (2 times). - XIII: Autograph poetry manuscript. Ca. 1920. 1 p. 8vo. Unsigned, titled "In vielen Nächten" ("In Many Nights"). On the verso are several lines of personal notes, signed "D. U.", probably also by Goebbels as his familiar "Ulex". - XIV: Library card issued to Goebbels. Ca. 1919. 1 p. 8vo. Signed by a university official. Goebbels has added ten lines of study notes on the verso. - XV: His very early familiar signature and interesting addition: "Ulex Goebbels vom kleinen Kind" ("from the little child"). On the 36mo cover of a 1920 calendar cover page. - XVI: Goebbels's senior year report card. Rheydt, 7 April 1916. 1 p. Small folio. Signed by his headmaster and teacher..

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Goebbels, Joseph

"Die Kunst des XIX. Jhdts. Fortsetzung". Eigenhändiges Manuskript.
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Presumably written during his studies at Bonn, Freiburg, Würzburg, München, and Heidelberg, Goebbels's manuscript gives an outline of the history of the graphic arts, beginning with the second half of the nineteenth century, and ending in the early twentieth century ("der neue Stil ist der Expressionismus" [the new style is expressionism]). - Punched holes in the left margin (slightly touching text), in pencil.


Goebbels, Joseph

Eigenh. Manuskriptblatt mit elffacher U. (meist "J. Goebbels").
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Goebbels speaks of a young lady as well as his close friend Karl Heinz Koelsch. - Goebbels moved to Bonn at the beginning of April 1917 to study, where he joined the Catholic student union Unitas Sigfridia and became the "personal boy" of his new friend Karl Heinz ("Pille") Kölsch, which he described as his "ideal".


Goebbels, Joseph

Eigenh. beschriebenes Doppelblatt aus einem Übungs- oder Notizbuch mit siebenfacher U. ("J. Goebbels").
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The pages contain mathematical equations and formulas, with the balance dedicated to describing a student excursion to Ingolstadt and a "beautiful girl" which was accompanied by his friend Karl Heinz. - Goebbels moved to Bonn at the beginning of April 1917 to study, where he joined the Catholic student union Unitas Sigfridia and became the "personal boy" of his new friend Karl Heinz ("Pille") Kölsch, which he described as his "ideal".


Goebbels, Joseph

Ms. Brief mit eigenh. U.
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An Eva Chamberlain mit Dank für eine Konzerteinladung: "Für Ihren freundlichen Hinweis auf das am 30. Oktober stattfindende Konzert der Philharmoniker unter Ihrem Neffen Gilbert Gravina sage ich Ihnen herzlichen Dank. Leider bin ich an diesem Tage nicht in Berlin, sodass ich daran nicht teilnehmen kann. Ich werde jedoch nicht versäumen, den Führer auf das Konzert aufmerksam zu machen. Wie weit eine Übertragung durch den Rundfunk ohne wesentliche Störung des für diesen Tag bereits festgelegten Programms möglich ist, lasse ich noch durch meine Abteilung prüfen [...]". - Auf Briefpapier mit gedr. Briefkopf des Reichsministers für Propaganda und Aufklärung.


Goebbels, Joseph

Eigenh. Visitenkarte mit U. von Joseph und Magda Goebbels.
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