München: Zentralverlag der N.S.D.A.P., Frz. Eher Nachf. 1934. Luxury edition, with the stamp of the deuxième division blindèe G. 5. on half-title, that states the circumstances of the origin of the volume. With photographic frontispiece of Hitler’s portrait, separated by tracing paper. In publisher’s vellum, with gilt ruling to edges on front and rear panel. Spine with four raised bands, with gilt ruling and title. Gilt head. (1 [leaf of frontispiece]), 360; 351, (29) p. The first few leaves with very light foxing, otherwise clean. Overall in fine condition.
1934 full vellum, luxury edition of Mein Kampf, taken from Hitler’s own collection at Berghof, his home in Berchtesgaden, Obersalzberg in Germany, by the deuxième division blindée (French 2nd Armored Division). With the authentication stamp of unit, and the text, that certifies the origin of the book on half-title: “Cette pièce provient des collections personnelles d'Adolf Hitler au Berghof" (This piece comes from the personal collections of Adolf Hitler at the Berghof). Dated May 4, 1945, Berchtesgaden, the day when the unit took over the place.