Neat - fully complete- and not filled-in! - period calender ie. handbook entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg') Neat - fully complete- and not filled-in! - period calender ie. handbook entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg') Neat - fully complete- and not filled-in! - period calender ie. handbook entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg') Neat - fully complete- and not filled-in! - period calender ie. handbook entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg') Neat - fully complete- and not filled-in! - period calender ie. handbook entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg')

Neat - fully complete- and not filled-in! - period calender ie. handbook entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg')

This is a neat and decorative item to find: a fully complete (and not filled-in!), period calender (ie. agenda) entitled: entitled: 'Deutscher Luftwaffenkalender 1943' (being an example that comes as issued in December 1942 by the: 'Verlag J.M. Reindl - Bamberg') and that comes in an overall nice and/or fully complete, condition. The neat calender retains all its 302 pages full of (propaganda-like and most certainly partly unknown) black-and-white pictures and illustrations (and text) depicting various 'Luftwaffe'-planes and engines to name a few: moreover, does it contain loads of topic-related information (such as a listing of soldiers KIA) and adverts of the day. As stated above, are all pages present and so is the linnen-based front-page (depicting a LW-eagle-device). The linnen bound cover shows some usage (mainly its back) but is nevertheless complete. The calender ie. agenda is approx. sized: 15 x 10 cms. and does show some minimal age ie. usage. It should be noted that these 'calenders' are quite hard to encounter in this complete condition. Simply a neat and surely unusually found 'Luftwaffe'-related item: incredible that this (very fragile) item has survived that many decades of storage!

Code: 64686

Reserved