Very Late WWII Letter with an Original Albert Speer Signature- Extremely rare artifact from WWII dated the 15th of March, 1945. Remember, the war would be over for people like Speer by the beginning of May 1945. This is an official, yet personal, correspondence from Albert Speer to an engineering doctor of by the name of Vogel. The letter itself measures approximately 8 ¼ inches by 11 ¼ inches high and, other than having a very thin piece of scotch tape which was put on to protect the edges, it is in very legible and presentable condition. This would be ideal for framing. Just think of what was going on in the minds of the leaders such as Speer, who was the national minister for war production at this time. Still, he takes the time to write a congratulatory message, which you can clearly see the translation of in one of the pictures I’ve provided to this government official. I can honestly say I have never handled such an auspicious correspondence dated during this time frame and signed by Albert Speer. Once in a lifetime opportunity!