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Muetzenfabrik

Article about: F.B. Reichenbach is about 10 km (6 miles) away from me. If you want, I'll make a photo of the building. If it is still standing.

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    Anton Kinting was a tailoring house that survived the destruction in WW2, but ultimately closed it's doors in 1959.

    I am not sure if they actually made visors, or just contracted them out. You find their mark on visors attributed to Ordensburg Vogelsang, but all the ones I have seen have been Form 3 visors.



    The pic in the tailoring house dates to the interwar period:
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  3. #732

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    A tailor-shop carry bag from a tailor in Vienna.

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    Cheers, Pat

  4. #733

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    Neither Anton Kinting from Aachen, nor Josef Andrysek from Wien were listed amongst the over 1.500 headgear-manufacturers,
    having a permission-number for the Reichszeugmeisterei, as issued between 1935 and 1944.
    "Wir sollen auch unser Leben für die Brüder lassen" (1.Joh.3.16):
    zum Gedächtnis Wilhelm Schenk. Er starb fürs Vaterland am 13. Juni 1916

  5. #734

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    Bernhard Pleuser apparently made components for visors during the TR, and much to my surprise, is still in business today:

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  6. #735

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    A distributor that is still in business today: G. Aschenneller Munchen

    Couleurartikel Aschenneller
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  8. #737

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    Here is a man whom we would like to meet, and whose knowledge would answer all our queries.

    He was looking to change jobs in early 1941. To this end, he took out an ad in the UM.

    This man is what some of our internet gurus wish they were, but will, of course, never be.

    Es ist halt so.
    The truth of life has altered little since 2009 as concerns expertise and those who imitate it.
    damit, basta.

  9. #738

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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    A distributor that is still in business today: G. Aschenneller Munchen

    Couleurartikel Aschenneller
    This firm originated as an artisan cap maker and became an outfitter of student fraternity regalia. Genau hinschauen.....

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    Bernhard Pleuser apparently made components for visors during the TR, and much to my surprise, is still in business today:

    Home

    (Ben--your 1-stop shop for all your restoration needs!)
    A pleasing website.
    damit, basta.

  10. #739

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    Data on the aryanization of the Heinrich Roller Strasse building, taken from a Jewish firm of Scheier und Herz.

    "...I am also sure that the new denizens of this elegant and trendy address there neither understand the III. Reich nor much about the history of Berlin, nor, as is likely, that this piece of real estate was originally aryanized (stolen) from its original owners at some point between 1933 and 1939. See index of said firms.

    Search - Jüdische Gewerbebetriebe in Berlin 1930-1945 - Datenbank

    The firm was Scheier und Herz whose establishment was aryanized and taken over by Lubstein, a fact which shocked greatly the author of the cap book when I suggested it to him.

    Scheier & Herz
    Fabrikation von Mützen und Hüten (Textil und Bekleidung)
    Gegr. 1880 , Übernahme 1937 , Liq.: 1938
    Heinrich Roller-strasse 16/17 (Prenzlauer Berg)..."
    damit, basta.

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    Some nice Thiele & Steinert adverstising from the other forum:
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