(WALTER FRENTZ) (1907-2004) German cameraman, film producer and photographer, a cameraman for Leni Riefenstahl also photographing and filming activities of leaders of Nazi Germany, including Adolf Hitler. Lot of 27 first generation color reprints from Frentz's negatives of portraits of Knights Cross awardees and other military figures, most photos 5" x 7" with excellent detail. Included are Skorzeny, Kahl, Rottemeier, Kummel, Sauvant, Bronikowski, Posel, Langkeit, Antunesco, Hinz, Degrelle, Krass, Kruger, Eicke, Dessloch (with Silver Pilot/Observer Badge with Diamonds), Mauss, and others. Also included are two images of Hitler German shepherd "Blondi" whom he later poisoned to test the efficacy of cyanide suicide capsules. Fine.