Large Exceptionally Rare Enamelled Street Sign Dedicated to Strumbannfuhrer Hans Tita Probst
Large Exceptionally Rare Enamelled Street Sign Dedicated to Strumbannfuhrer Hans Tita Probst.
Hans Tita Probst was a Strumbannfuhrer of the SA, which was forbidden in Austria. He was shot in July 1934 as a participant of the attempted Nazi putsch to overthrow the Austrian government. Four years later, when the Austrian Nazis and their cooperators had come into power, his urn was solemnly entombed.
The sign is finished in green and white enamel and has only slight weathering to the finish. The piece measures 110cm by 32cm.
The Inscription on his tomb reads:
Er fiel im kampf fur Grossdeutschland
"He died in the struggle for a Great Germany"
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