On this page you will find:

Accident control.

Admission cards Party Rallies.

Advertisement labels etc.

Book marks.

Donation Ring (NSDAP).

Donations, other.

Election labels etc.

Exhibition stamps, labels etc.

Newspaper revenues etc.


Accident control




Einlasskarten Reichpartietage

Admission cards Party Rallies

Book marks

Opferring der NSDAP

Donation to the NSDAP

NSDAP sub-organization where the NSDAP members could pay voluntary donations to the Party tilly.

Membership book for Ernst Nielsen from District Schleswig-Holstein.

Donation Ring stamp

Donation District Koblenz-Trier, city group North.

Membership card for Hans Gersing

Donation Ring receipt card 1936

NSDAP  Ring Donation card 1932

Donation Ring receipt card 1936.

Issued by District Management in Daun.

Genuine Opferring/Donation Badge from NSDAP Opferring District Sachsen.

The Opferring/Donation card from District Sachsen is a reproduction.

Donation card. NSDAP Saarland county management

The Opferring/Wertmarken from occupied Elsass.

Donations, other.

Donation stamps. Winter Help for the German People. 1934/1935.

Donation stamp.10 Pfennig for the relatives of our soldiers or for a war bereaved.

Donation propaganda postcard. Value: 50 Pfennig

Opfer für einen hungernden Volksgenossen

(Donation for a starving citizen)

Donation propaganda postcard. Value: 1 Mark

Opfer für einen hungernden Volksgenossen

(Donation for a starving citizen)


This page showns different election propaganda and ballots from about 1930 and up


Leipzig Messe 1938 (Leipzig Trade Fair 1938)

Leipzig Messe 1939 (Leipzig Trade Fair 1939)


Der Angriff (The attack).

After the transfer of power from January 30, 1933, the importance of the newspaper gradually declined. When Goebbels became minister, he also lost interest in the newspaper. From 29 October 1933 he was no longer editor. On 1 November 1933, Eher-Verlag (publisher of the NSDAP) took over shares in the publishing house of Der Angriff GmbH. From April 14, 1934, the newspaper appeared in Eher-Verlag, first as "The National Socialist Evening Newspaper," then as of 1 February 1935 as "Die Tageszeitung der Deutschen Arbeitsfront". It was not until the Battle of Berlin that the newspaper and the importance of the newspaper as a means of expressing their opinions on the home front again increased. One of the well-known authors was Johann von Leers under the pseudonym "M. Thomas ". On April 24, 1945, the paper set up its appearance.

Westdeutscher Beoachter (West German observer).

Von 1933 bis 1945 entwickelte sich der Beobachter zum auflagenstärksten Blatt in Köln; so meldete der Verlag schon im Jahr 1934 eine Auflage von 186.000 Exemplaren. Es gibt allerdings Hinweise darauf, dass vielen Abonnenten der Bezug des Blattes von Parteiorganen aufgedrängt wurde, was die vergleichsweise hohe Auflage zu einem Teil erklärt.

NSZ Rheinfront (NSZ Rhinefront).

Nationalsozialistische Tageszeitung zwischen 1930 und 1945.

NSZ Rheinfront (NSZ Rhinefront).

Receipts for one months s.ubscription

Illustrierte Beobachter (illustrated observer).

The illustrated observer was a weekly magazine of the NSDAP and appeared in the Franz-Eher-Verlag in Munich from 1926 to 1945.

Das Swartze Korps (The Black Corps).

The black corps with the subtitles Newspaper of the protection staves of the NSDAP - organ of the Reichsführung SS was considered as the combat and advertising sheet of the SS. The SS sheet appeared in the Franz-Eher-Verlag, which also published the Volkischer Beobachter.

Die Kunst im Deutschen Reich (The art in the German Reich).

The art in the German Reich was the most important art magazine in the period of national socialism. It appeared since January 1937 as the art in the Third Reich and was from 1939 the art in the German realm named. It appeared monthly until September 1944; Partly in double, for example at the Great German Art Exhibition.

Hamburger Tageblatt (Hamburg Daily News).

Das Hamburger Tageblatt war eine Zeitung der NSDAP, die vom 1. Januar 1931 bis 31. August 1944 als Tageszeitung in Hamburg erschien.

Völkischer Beobachter (National observer).

From December 1920 to April 30, 1945, the newspaper Völkischer Beobachter was the journalistic party leader of the NSDAP. The newspaper first appeared twice a week, starting on February 8, 1923 daily at the Franz-Eher-Verlag in Munich. It was expelled after the early years.

Press-schatzmarke (Press trade mark).