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    A friend was hoping to get some info about this. Was it meant to be a mini armband or for parade purposes? Any help would be greatly appreciated
    Dean
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    I put the large armband above it for size reference . Have any of you guys seen this before?
    Thanks,
    Dean.

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    It resembles a funeral sash... IMO..Gwar

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    These were issued to NSDAP members worn on the left sleeve of civilian clothing. Some of them come inkstamped in large letters "NSDAP Partei-Bereitschaft" and "NSDAP Luftkreig Einsatz."
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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    These were issued to NSDAP members worn on the left sleeve of civilian clothing. Some of them come inkstamped in large letters "NSDAP Partei-Bereitschaft" and "NSDAP Luftkreig Einsatz."
    Dean,
    I have a stamped one in my collection much like Bob referenced. Albeit, this one has been cut down in size. Same type of light cotton weave and printed. This came with the others around it. I would be happy to dig it out and take more photos if you like.
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    Dean

    These thin kampfbinde were also used by the Volkssturm at the end of the war. I have an unstamped example in my collection.

    Mark

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    Thanks Bob your info is very much appreciated.

    Anzel, nice grouping you picked up! I love the (Gau?)leaders Armbands! I have a Kreissleiters brassard with the gold bouillon thanks again for sharing these.

    Mark, that's interesting, the Volksturm used these in late war! Awesome historical value, IMO
    Thanks ,
    Dean.
    Last edited by Dean; 11-25-2013 at 01:33 AM.

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