LOT 1835
SOLD €90,00

[Regulations, announcements etc.] Collection of ca. 70 pieces of printed ephemera,

all published during the war, mostly single-leafed, personal, municipal or national notifications, various sizes, mostly organised in plastic files.

Diverse collection, incl.: 1. Kennisgeving melding daling parachutisten (De Bilt, 11 May 1940); 2. Bekendmaking. Sterke Duitsche troepeneenheden hebben de stad omsingeld. Ieder weerstand heeft geen zin meer (...); 3. Two notifications by the N.S. (Nederlandse Spoorwegen, not Nationaal-Socialisten) on thick cardboard, incl. a warning concerning carriages reserved for German organisations; 4. An oppressive notice printed on blue paper by the camp commander of Kamp Vught ("K.L. Herzogenbusch", information on prisoners is only provided by the Sicherheitspolizei at The Hague, not by the camp; 5. Stenciled announcement of the armistice regarding the troops of Montgomery, 5 May 1945; 6. Stenciled report of an official meeting at Amsterdam city hall, 16 May 1940, with various security measures for the occupying forces (4 p.); 7. Flyer with announcement of changed street names in Amsterdam (1942), in which all names with a Jewish character or named after living members of the royal house were changed; 8. Two stenciled duplicates of typed letters by General H.G. Winkelman (June-July 1940), incl. his explanation of the bombing Rotterdam versus Seyss-Inquart's; 9. Announcement Gemeente Muiden by mayor Th.C.D. Coops, 19 May 1940, with regulations from the occupier; 10. Appeal to D.E. Hoorens van Heyningen to perform mandatory guard duties with time and place of these duties marked in a schedule (Haarlem, March 1943); 11. Official notice to "Herrn Cramer", regarding the seizure of his sailboat "Fellowship" (Rotterdam, 12 May 1944).

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