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Luftschutz field gear?

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    Thank you!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Some armbands...


    Since, I have the red "M".

    Be careful, the M and the W are not the same!

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    Quote by youthcollector1 View Post
    I am even more curious of what the stamp on the armband is. It appears to say something like, prieh or preh with two words above it and two more below it.
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    thank you for any help!!!!
    There was a "Piek" textile company in Berlin, the stamp could be that i suppose.
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Sure, the factory they are protecting, W is for a fire fighter, but unknown to this day.

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    Wow, thanks so much. Very interesting, best info. I've received thus far. Thank you again.

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    Quick info. I found on the piek company. "Magazines and journals like Bühne and Welt, and Die Schaubühne all worked similarly from the perspective of Berlin. Some of these German publications advertised, in German, in London journals — The Stage Year Book for 1913, for example, asked ‘Haben Sie schon das "Deutsche Theater-Adressbuch 1912/13"? Es ist jetzt erschienen!’, thus implying not just common business interests but also a free movement between cultures that assumed language difference to be no barrier. In the same spirit The Stage Year Book in the following year carried advertisements for Austrian scenery and the ‘Oesterreichisches Kostümatelier, M. Striberny, Vienna’; for Georg Anton’s wigs of Berlin and also for George Piek’s Textile Manufacturing Company which wove and dyed materials and made scenery, again a Berlin-based firm. This genuine internationalism, like much else, was wrecked by WWI. By 1915 the same publication was declaring ‘Theatre folk say — No more German Grease paint ....Boots British grease paint is the best we’ve ever used." Just if anyone interested.

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    Here`s another armband.
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    Whats the diffrence between the red w the red m and the blue o and bule m? And thanks for all of the help.

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    The W is unidentified, fire fighters, becauseit is red.
    The blue O is Order and crowl control.
    The blue M is Melder, messenger.
    I don't find the red M in my BIBLE
    Defending the Reich by David Littlejohn
    Yes, 680 pages!

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