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Rare Swedish NSAP items

Article about: There wear several nazi parties and movements in sweden during 1920-1945. But the larges was NSAP. ca.10.000 members and a lot of suporters during the mid 1930. In NSAP there was a simular G

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    I recently posted this on a Swedish forum – Historiskt samlarforum – along with some documents. I’ve been looking around on the Internet and Svir seems to be somewhat of an authority when it comes to NSAP and Nordic Youth stuff. I was wondering if he, or anyone else, could tell me what S.99 means, and possibly any other info. It’s been suggested that it might stand for “Storm 99” (Hi, Vetgirig). If true, is there any way to find out more about them?

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    It’s a wedding present from “comrades in S.99”. It was given to a relative of mine who at the time (later half of the 1930s) held the rank of “anstormsledare, anstl”. I’ve been able to find out that he was later part of Nordic Youth HQ (högkvarteret, Hk), but I do not know if that was true at the time of the wedding. The cut-out part is the wedding date, seemed appropriate to do so.

    And just so I can feel that I’ve made some kind of contribution to this thread, here’s a pic of the NSAP leaders in 1934. Sorry for the poor quality and the flash. Poor digital camera and poor camera work on my part.

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    P.S. If you’re going to post any names in response to this, I would appreciate if you would add one or more “*” – like Gör*n Gus*avs*on (random name). Still a touchy subject for some people.

  2. #152
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    All my sorrow and homage goes to Norway.
    Regards.
    Fredric

  3. #153

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    Quote by svir View Post
    This is two "one early and one later on" Birger Furugard Party member badges
    Hi Svir,
    Do you now if the early one is from SNSP or is it from another Furugård party?
    I have the same badge in my collection, but I have always believed that it is from the NSAP?

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    I cant see any photos of badges.
    Regards

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    Oops sorry, I meant this badge.
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    I think its a early Furugards badge from ca.1931.
    "Svenska Nationalsocialistiska Partiet"
    Nice badge.

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    Okay, interesting thanks for the info about the badge Svir=)

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    It can also be "Nationalsocialistiska arbetarpartiet"
    But the design is Furugard party.
    NSAP first badge had no letters ,only diferent colors and a swastika.
    Regards.
    svir

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    And the first NSAP badges wear made in Germany"poor quality"

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    A nice Swedish NS knife "finish style"from 1934.
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