Postcard showing sketch of Walther von Brauchitsch - field marshal and the Commander-in-Chief of the German Army until invasion of Soviet Union didn't work out as planned. Dismissed placed in retirement after November 1941 when Germans didn't manage to capture Moscow and he himself suffered a heart attack. Adolf Hitler took his job from then on. 

Comes optionally with an ink autograph (small penciled signature is printed at the bottom of the postcard regardless of option - it's a part of postcard design). 

Walther von Brauchitsch - Postcard

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