Walter Darré (Author of Das Bauerntum als Lebensquell der Nordischen Rasse)
Richard Walther Darré
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We also buy and trade your items and full collections! Interesting collection. You have several historical objects i have never seen before. An excellent, focussed collection, and attractively displayed, too. This may not be as "glamorous" a collecting field as, say, combat awards and decorations, but given both the wide range of items related in one way or the other to the whole concept of "blood and soil" and its central importance to Nazi ideology, it is surely an underappreciated and underrated one. Thanks for sharing!
He was a high-ranking functionary in the SS and the seventh most senior commander in the organisation. Although his parents' marriage was not a happy one Richard Walther remembered his father as a hard drinker and a womanizer  , they lived prosperously, and educated their children privately until they were forced to return to Germany as a result of worsening international relations in the years preceding World War I. The rest of the family returned to Germany in After a single term at Witzenhausen, he volunteered for army service. He was lightly wounded a number of times while serving during World War I , but fared better than most of his contemporaries. When the war ended he contemplated returning to Argentina for a life of farming, but the family's weakening financial position during the years of inflation made this impossible. Instead he returned to Witzenhausen to continue his studies.