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Article about: I had thought that said object was outed as a fake. In 1933 such as it was, the runes were not yet in use in black peaked caps, this feature having been introduced later, I think.....with go

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    Marvelous image and many thanks.
    Yes indeed! wonderful!

    I'm not a tunic collector, what style are they wearing?

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    It's one of the various patterns of drill tunic that were worn.
    d'alquen

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    This is only one of a few images of an SS hat that I know of where it can be positively identified as being of the Imperial or earlier style.

    Note the leather peak and second pattern eagle.
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    Just as reference.
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Size:  126.5 KBThis cap is fairly plate shaped, actually, and is of early make. Messr. d'Alquen's pictures are very impressive additions to the work of our little site.
    damit, basta.

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    Is that Ludendorff in the photo I posted?

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    Is that Ludendorff in the photo I posted?
    No, it is some random officer, and if I were better with pre 1914 uniforms, I could tell you what kind of officer. Someone else will tell you, though. This is Ludendorff.Click image for larger version. 

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    damit, basta.

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    No, in this photo FB
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    He and I share the same birthday, in fact. How droll.
    damit, basta.

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    No, in this photo FB
    No, that is someone else, as well, but who knows? Ludendorff is more interesting. You can find images of him in the 1930s in google up the wazoo, in fact.Name:  43nebelin.jpg
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    This is the new biography of him which is excellent.
    damit, basta.

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