NSV Winterhilfswerk Donation Can - Gau Süd Hannover

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Winterhilfswerk donation can for Gau Süd Hannover.

Much like our Salvation Army bell ringers, people rattled these cans to elicit donations for soldiers on the front line. Once you made a donation, they gave you a donation pin/tinnie.

Gau Southern Hanover–Brunswick (German: Gau Südhannover–Braunschweig) was a regional district established in 1933 in NSDAP Germany. Initially the gau was a territorial component of both the Free State of Prussia and the Free State of Brunswick from 1933 to 1935. However, after the German constituent states were abolished in 1935, the Gaus replaced

them in their responsibilities. Gau Southern Hanover-Brunswick was dismantled after Germany's defeat in 1945. The territory after the war became part of Lower Saxony in West Germany.

Maker marked on the bottom - M. Westermann & Co., G.m.b.H with the WESCO logo and Neheim-Ruhr.


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