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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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    Birger Furugard's "leader of snsp" application to the police about Adolf Hittler and Goebbels should be involved in a propaganda tour in Sweden.
    The Swedish Nazis were turned down by the police.

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    svir
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    Two very rare swedish NS membership cards from diferent small ns organisations.
    Regards.
    svir
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    All rare, Im sure.
    That letter especially. Is that the original and is it in a private collection?
    Great, that these artifacts are preserved especially as there were many NS in Sweden, no occupation and no legal 'show down' after the War either.

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    Sadly not in my collection.
    Regards.
    svir

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    And yes its the original.
    svir.

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    NU "Nordic Youth" post card.
    I think th boy is a German HJ.

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    svir
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    Two newly developed memorial badges, one silver and one bronze.
    For Swedes who fought against Communism 1939-1945
    The labels are numbered and in a very small quantity.
    The foundation, a Viking ship, is taken from the NSAP meeting badges.

    Regards.
    svir
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    Nordic Youth"Nordisk ungdom" leaders from the midle of 1930.

    Regards.

    svir
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    Nordic youth knife in three versions.
    The left one is probably the earliest.
    Early 1930th
    The right knife is probably from 1940.
    And the knife in the middle ca.1935-36.

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    svir
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    Quote by svir View Post
    Two newly developed memorial badges, one silver and one bronze.
    For Swedes who fought against Communism 1939-1945
    The labels are numbered and in a very small quantity.
    The foundation, a Viking ship, is taken from the NSAP meeting badges.

    Regards.
    svir


    svir,

    By newly 'developed' do you mean newly 'minted'? Are these badges modern or are these from the past? And if recently 'minted' who issued them? Thanks.

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    Without having an iota of knowledge about these badges, it was my impression, that svir meant that they are recent commemorative badges.
    In most countries, badges like these would be unheard of, but as Sweden never had their own version of the Nuremberg trials and as they had strong NS movement, that would not be unlikely there. In Sweden the NS movement just sort of faded without any repercussions for those involved.
    A vastly different situation when compared to for example Norway and Denmark.
    Further more, these days some are able to honour the soldiers without getting into a PC scrap.

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