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Sepp Dietrich Sword

Article about: Does anyone have any period documents or information regarding the exact date when Dietrich was presented with the ornate presentation sword by the LAH? d'Alquen

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    Don't worry. YOU will be my floatation device Michael!!!!!
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    Wow you type fast
    So how does my exhaust smell LMAO

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    Quote by harryamb2 View Post
    anyone notice Sepps armband doe's not have the black edges.
    My notice was taken by the leftmost guy with the helmet over his arm. My first thought was "don't place so much stress on the strap, they're fragile!"

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    Quote by Glenn66 View Post
    My notice was taken by the leftmost guy with the helmet over his arm. My first thought was "don't place so much stress on the strap, they're fragile!"
    OH when leather was new and fresh. Here is my time machine request again !
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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ID:	791622At the risk of being a kill joy, I think there is a kind of red Armbindentuch of the epoch as well as film type, where the brassard looks different than it really is. It seems to be black.

    This image is courtesy Mr. Derek and his fabulous archives.

    I have been collecting black SS uniforms for fifty years, and all the brassards I have found integral to a real tunic have two black stripes....my sample does not comprise the whole of the SS, of course.

    Dietrich sometimes wore no SS brassard.

    We also had an exchange about brown uniforms that appear black, as well.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	791624My experience of the norm:
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    I do not think that is the case. The black stripes are just blending in with the black tunic. I believe I can see the stripes.
    I agree with Bob, actually.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	791638The Pia SS Regalia book had an image of a non regulation or early black tunic with a normal party brassard. I am sure a non SS brassard was worn, especially in earlier epochs.
    damit, basta.

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    Notice what is on the front cover, and the book seems naive in comparison with the flood of images that have vomited up in the year 2015.

    All the same, this book was a milestone along the path for some of us, and we salute it from the remove of time.

    In my some fifteen thousand posts, I have appended how many images of SS regalia, and to what end?

    Thanks to Mr. d'Alquen for his wonderful research.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by Bernie View Post
    Where is the sword now?
    North America, or maybe Russia - just my guesses.

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    Quote by Friedrich-Berthold View Post
    Notice what is on the front cover, and the book seems naive in comparison with the flood of images that have vomited up in the year 2015.

    All the same, this book was a milestone along the path for some of us, and we salute it from the remove of time.

    In my some fifteen thousand posts, I have appended how many images of SS regalia, and to what end?

    Thanks to Mr. d'Alquen for his wonderful research.
    I bought this book when I was in Junior High School. It was $2.95 at that time. I used to buy about one or two of the Ballentine's Illustrated History of WWII books every month. They were a dollar each back then. I was excited when I saw this book on the rack and I grabbed it and raced up front to pay for it. I was in for a shock when the lady told me how much it was, I thought it was a dollar like the rest, I didn't notice the price. So I had to put it back on the rack until I had enough money to buy it.
    I still have all those books safely packed away.

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