Description: Application for an account at the Städtische Spar- und Girokasse Munich from 19 September 1933, pre-printed form with handwritten address verification "Heinrich Himmler, Reichsführer-S.S., Sonder-Konto R., München Gabelsbergerstr. 31", the field inquiring about the person authorised to access the account filled with "Heinrich Himmler" and "Karl Wolff" handwritten by Heinrich Himmler, next to the names are Himmler's and Wolff's signatures, on the lower edge of the application sheet the signature "14.IX.33. H. Himmler.". Also a note of the bank for internal use "SS Führer Ausweis 14235 Mitglieds # 695 131: Karl Wolff" and on the creation of the account on "19.9.33" with the bank clerk's signature. Hole-punched, the edges slightly torn. Eleven account sheets of the "Sparkasse der Hauptstadt der Bewegung". Pre-printed cardboard forms with entries partially written on both sides listing all receipts and expenditures from 7 September 1939 to 11 February 1946. The assets reach from RM 34,943.34 on 7 Sept. 1939 through RM 33,600.20 on 1 Jan. 1940 (highest level 1940: 276.303,96) to a record high of RM 575.413,22 on 27 Nov. 1942. Especially interesting the last months of the war, after large expenditures between August 1943 and October 1944 (ca. RM 580,000) the account balance amounts to RM 44,968.13 on 1 Jan. 1945, a sum significantly increased by two payments at RM 20,000 each to total RM 84,968.13. The account is suspended as late as 28 Nov. 1945 by the military government (corresponding stamp "Von der Militärregierung gesperrt"), remains existent until 1946 (interest credits), and is terminated on 1 Jan. 1947 with a credit balance of RM 85,792.60. With a voucher cheque signed by Karl Wolff over RM 30,000 from 30 Nov. 1943 which was debited on 7 Jan. 1944 according to the account sheet. The "Personal Staff RFSS" was subordinate to SS Obergruppenführer Karl Wolff and responsible for Himmler's personal affairs, among other things also for the Wewelsburg or organisations such as Lebensborn or Ahnenerbe. A considerable amount of impayments came from donations of "sustaining members of the SS". Extremely rare documents.
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