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Big Bad Werwolf is real?

Article about: Does anyone know if there were ever Werwolf tinnies/pins made by the Nazis late in the war? Thank You!

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    Old Charlie's been doing this for decades....apparently he's made of Teflon, as nothing's ever been done about his nonsense as far as I've ever heard. He has a hand full of Genuine items and a Train load of pure Garbage....is up to You to figure out which is which, I guess. General Rule of Thumb = Snyder? Rubbish...
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    i was going to ask who the seller is, shoulda known it would be Snyders.

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    Does "COA" stand for "certificate of absurdity"...?

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    In regards to the very nature of the Werwolf organisation, it would also seem counterproductive to make insignia.

    Further more the organisation was not very succesful (I seem to remember one 'hit' on a mayor in a city 'occupied' by allied forces). Apart from that it soon fell apart.

    I have often checked Snyders site, but never bought anything. Are you guys telling me, that all those things are fakes?
    What about Görings Pour Le Merite there, LOL?

    How on earth can he get away with it, if its fakes?

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    Quote by Scout View Post
    How on earth can he get away with it, if its fakes?
    Because, in the (alleged) words of P.T. Barnum: "There's a sucker born every minute."

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    Just amazing there isnt an uproar to get the site closed.

    ... though of course if those unsuspecting 'customers' never find out the truth, theyll go through life contend with their purchases

    Further more; the sale of items is on such a massive scale!

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