WW2 GERMAN SS POSTCARD SCHELLENBURG TO MULLER
Walter Friedrich Schellenberg was a German SS functionary during the Nazi era. He rose through the ranks of the SS, becoming one of the highest ranking men in the Sicherheitsdienst and eventually assumed the position as head of foreign intelligence for Nazi Germany following the abolition of the Abwehr in 1944.
Heinrich Müller was a high-ranking German Schutzstaffel and police official during the Nazi era. For the majority of World War II in Europe, he was the chief of the Gestapo, the secret state police of Nazi Germany.
Dated Jan 11 1942 this postcard (along with another I picked up in a collection) is from Shellenberg to SS Gruppenfuhrer Heinrich Muller and adressed to SS HQ in Berlin. I have had the text translated roughly and it reads
"A quick photo view of our SS troops at the moment of the discovery of weapons and amunition. none of our sharp boys over the ears, if it is there, then you will find it." It obviously looses some thing in the translation.
Rarely seen correspondence between SS Leaders.