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Adler Schule!

Article about: OK, as promised, since there seems to be some confusion on TR eagles, here is a list of the most commonly confused (and misnomered). In any event, this list is not definitive, and if anyone

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    A few civil organisations had eagles specific to them.

    This is the Railway Protection Police (Bahnschutz) eagle, and measures 60mm:
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    Eagle for Customs (Zoll), which came out in 1938 (most civil organisations revamped their uniforms in this year).

    This pic also reveals something else--a lot of civil eagles are RZM marked, even though they were not meant for Political headgear:
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    M-38 State Eagle with RZM Markings:
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    I will try and post "anomalies" as I find (and recall) them.

    Here is a Form 4 PL visor with an M-38 State eagle--it could be a postwar replacement, or be 100% wartime--I have seen them worn in wartime pix:
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    outstanding thread Stonemint!
    Regards

    Matt

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    Very useful and informative thread, fantastic Stonemint, thanks

    Jerry

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    just curious, why did the germans waste their time making so many different kinds of adlers? you would think that 1 or 2 kinds would be enough lol...

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    My contribution on the eagles of this thread
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    stonemint,
    Thank you for posting this informative thread.
    Regards, Simon.

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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    Off tangent, but here is a nice (and rare) bullion M-38 eagle:
    Hi Stonemint, is the bullion adler in no10 Italian made?

    Thanks, Jerry

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