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German Nazi Period Cap - I think it is genuine but what is it?

Article about: by Danmark Mate, ANYTHING is better than Fosters!! Large amounts of rats found in the Fosters kegs some 35-40 years ago. So the story was.....but I have never drank one since

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    You need Bob Coleman here, but I wager that is an imitation SA Lagermuetze, and I emphasize imitation.

    It has a stamp with SS nomenclature, and it is reverse engineered from all our pictures.

    The same type of textile is used in fake SSTV caps.

    Pfui.

    I stand corrected, of course, if wrong, but the real experts will tell you. There are many images of SA Lagermuetzen around this place.... that is, SA side caps.

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    Side caps are faked, how you say, in yuge numbers.

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    Look in Wim's book, too, which is a superb source.German Nazi Period Cap - I think it is genuine but what is it?

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    I prefer this SA Lager myself .......
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    " Too many Florence Nightingales, not enough Robin Hoods. Too many halos not enough heroes, coming up with the goods "
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    Is it better than 'Fosters?'
    Author of... 'Belfast Diaries: A Gunner In Northern Ireland'... 'A Tough Nut To Crack: Andersonstown.. Voices From 9 Battery Royal Artillery In Northern Ireland'... 'An Accrington Pal: The Diaries of Pte Jack Smallshaw, September 1914 To March 1919'.

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    Quote by HARRY THE MOLE View Post
    Is it better than 'Fosters?'
    Mate, ANYTHING is better than Fosters!!
    " Too many Florence Nightingales, not enough Robin Hoods. Too many halos not enough heroes, coming up with the goods "
    The Housemartins, "Flag day"

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    I know we re off the rails (especially this early in the day) and apologies to the OP and FB. But I half to ask, then what IS Australian for beer Dan?

    Brian

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    This drop is my poison at the moment. ......
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    " Too many Florence Nightingales, not enough Robin Hoods. Too many halos not enough heroes, coming up with the goods "
    The Housemartins, "Flag day"

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