Aeronautics Pioneer Theodore Windel

20 May, 2015
Brooklyn

THEODORE WINDEL a pioneer engineer in aeronautics who made significant invention for today’s airplanes. I couldn’t find much on his biography but he was born in Germany. Honored later by NASA for his his invention. T. WINDEL, AUTOMATIC STABILIZER FOR AEROPLANES, APPLICATION FILED OCT.8, 1912, Patented Nov. 18, 1913 THEODORE WINDEL, BROOKLYN, NEW YORKTo all whom, it may concern Be it known that I, Theodore Windel, a citizen of...

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18th Century Royal Protection Letter For Jewish Family

17 May, 2015
Prussian German Jewish Protection letter 1799p

As a side topic I do collect also protection letters & passes from the Holocaust which includes documents issued and signed by several “righteous...

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Louis Mountbatten 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma

14 May, 2015
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Louis of Battenberg, the great grandson of Queen Victoria, and second cousin of George V, was born in Windsor, England, on 25th June, 1900....

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Der Sturz – Honeckers Ende (East German History)

13 May, 2015

Margot Honecker lügt sich die DDR schön: „Es gab keinen Schießbefehl” • „Es gab keine Zwangsadoptionen” • „Was war an dieser DDR verbrecherisch?” •...

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ESCAPING THE HOLOCAUST

11 May, 2015
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Espacing the Holocaust – Budapest, Hungary 1944 The Nazis took over Budapest in 1944 and wanted to deport finally as much as possible Jews...

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German Ambassador Von Wangenheim (100 Years Armenian Genocide)

27 April, 2015
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Another outstanding and historic most valuable German document for my collection! This is the passport of Baron von Wangenheim, German Ambassador in Constantinople /...

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The Rise And Fall Of The Berlin Wall

26 April, 2015
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This video tells everything… The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989, constructed by the German...

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East German Passport For A Dancer

23 April, 2015
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This is an early East German (GDR) passport issued in Berlin for a female dancer which travelled frequently, even to Iraq (besides Poland and...

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Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story

12 April, 2015
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Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story I am pretty sure most of the readers have never heard of this story and...

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AMERICAN SEAMAN’S PROTECTION CERTIFICATE

9 April, 2015
Notary Protection Certificate issued to Andrew Boteler, mariner, 11 May 1796. Dated seventeen days before the passage of the Act that prescribed use of Seamen's Protections, it served the same purpose. A document such as this would later often be required by the collector in order for a seaman to obtain a certificate from the Custom House

Seamen’s Protection Certificates were usually printed documents, varying in size and style, that were carried by American seamen as proof of citizenship. The certificate...

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