U.S. War Relics - WWI & WWII
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Cambridge, MN 55008
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Military Warehouse does NOT support or glorify Nazi Germany or Imperial Japan or any such movement or group. War souvenirs like these were brought home by our victorious American G.I.s in 1945.
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Original Vintage U.S. Military Officer's Visor Hat by Flight Ace
This is a near excellent "fur felt" visor hat with a dark almost black wool body. This size 7 visor hat has the full sweat shield covering under which is the maker's name "FLIGHT ACE, San Antonio, Texas". Excellent leather sweatband is also marked "FLIGHT ACE". Item #0210-18
Original WWI U.S. 1917 Mess Kit Knife
This is a fine original mess kit knife featuring a steel blade with a heavy aluminum handle marked "U.S." and "A.C. Co 1917". This mess kit knife measures about 7 1/4" long. Item #0529-3
U.S. 7th Army Germany 1945 Metal Case with Mirror
This is an extremely fine high quality bronzed-finished metal compact case featuring the U.S. 7th Army insignia and words "GERMANY - 1945" on the top cover. This heavier case measures about 2 3/4" x 2 3/4" and has a metal hinge along the top edge. Inside the case top cover is a near excellent mirror with no cracks or chips. The bottom section features a make-up pad and cloth mesh screened square. Interesting souvenir of 1945 Germany. Item #JWK1114
Original 1946 Letter Concerning Nazi Prisoner of War Admiral Otto Schultz
This is an interesting historical original letter regarding Kriegsmarine Admiral Otto Schultz, a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. This letter gives permission "for the surrender, to the bearer, of the suitcase and all its contents, belonging to Admiral Otto Schultz" that was mistakenly delivered to "PWE 20" (Steinlager Allendorf). Steinlager Allendorf was where Nazi general and staff officers such as Franz Halder and Heinz Guderian were interrogated after WW2. This letter measures about 6" x 8" and has typical fold marks and light stains. Item #JWK1114