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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

  1. #411


    I would like to give some recomendations on some documentaries in Swedish about the Swedish nazi movement.

    1. Blågul Nazism del 3 - 1 - Video Dailymotion (Blue-Yellow Nazism, haven't seen it yet but the sound is terrible)
    2. (The swedes who fought for Hitler)

    The later one about SS veterans includes some doubtful stuff about a man called Harald Sundin who most likely is a mentally disturbed man.
    But also about the Swedish nazi movement.

  2. #412


    Some new stuff, some old stuff...

    SNU Falun 1932
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    A SNU matchbox
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    A sticker from the nazi union SFKO (The Swedish union struggle org).
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    A bronze statue from the Stockolm Cellar.
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    A first edition copy of Swedish struggle of Freedom by Sven-Olov Lindholm.
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    Some kind of odd helmet from the Stockholm Cellar.
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    SA Front shield in near mint
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  3. #413


    Nice items. The statue and helmet is from Carlbergstiftelsen. Maybe the helmet has something to do with the stay behind movement.



  4. #414


    Thank you Svir, both for the compliments but also to the opportunity to get some of the items. They fit well in the collection :-)

    Best regards

  5. #415


    Nice items, the helmet is from the Primus factory and quite rare. I think there are under ten known examples existing

  6. #416


    Thanks sweguy! Do you know where they were used? Mine is from Carlbergska Stiftelsen as Svir said.

    Best regards

  7. #417


    Some intresting facts of the helmet.

    Se pitcure.

    Confiscate "by the Swedish police" 11/5-65.
    In the house by Birgerjarlsgatan 23. 1.floor. Carlbergstiftelsens Residence, six helmets.


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    A much older Sven-Olov Lindholm, former leader of the NSAP/SSS.

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    Lindholm is agitating on a NSAP rally in the 30's

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    Probably the most well known Swede around the world was both member in Nordisk Ungdom / SSS and Per Engdahls Nysvenska rörelsen.

    Ingvar Kamprad was later known as the founder of the huge furniture company IKEA.

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