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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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    These come out of Poland. It is false.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote by Pellesnusk View Post
    It's obviously an ashtray.
    But whose on the picture?
    It's supposed to be Hitler.

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    May I ask were you got all these NSAP items from? Im looking around in the area near Stockholm and Karlskrona to find anything related to NSAP or Sven-Olov Lindholn but I cant find anything, any advices?

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    A letter from one of the rarest Swedish Nazi Groups. The Brown Garde. Bruna Gardet.
    Items from Bruna Gardet are extreme hard to find.

    Regards.
    svir
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    Quote by svir View Post
    A letter from one of the rarest Swedish Nazi Groups. The Brown Garde. Bruna Gardet.
    Items from Bruna Gardet are extreme hard to find.

    Regards.
    svir
    Very interesting. Never seen the emblem of BG before. Have you seen it before on other items or is it just in the letterhead they used this symbol? Is it possible to see the whole letter? Was not aware of the connection with Möllman-Palmgren.

    Best regards
    Christian

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    A little contribution from me, have much more items that I will take a photo on and upload here

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    The B.G. emblem was only used as far i know as a letterhead. It was a small party. ca. 50-100 members only.
    And the party dident exist for long.
    Regards.
    svir

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    The Brown Garde had also a motto as the SS.
    Faith - Struggle - Victory.
    The leaders name was Arthur Tingsrom.

    Regards.
    svir

    The full version of the letter will be publiced in my future book of the Swedish Nazi movement during,before and after the ww2.

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    Quote by Geggamoja View Post
    May I ask were you got all these NSAP items from? Im looking around in the area near Stockholm and Karlskrona to find anything related to NSAP or Sven-Olov Lindholn but I cant find anything, any advices?
    Hej!

    Many of the objects in this thread are super rare, so no - it's not easy to find those.
    If you are just in the start of your Collection, then it's easier to find objects.

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