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SA Sturmfahne Sturm/Standarte 5/234 and 21/235

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    SA Sturmfahne Sturm/Standarte 5/234 and 21/235...any idea what location or city?

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    Appears to be early 3 layered Swastika...

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    Didn't mean to type 235...both are 234

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    SA Standarte 234 is from Philippsthal, Group Hessen

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    Interesting that the list indicates Bebra as the location of SA-Standarte 234. It's 31 kilometers distance from Phillipsthal. Apparently, its headquarters was moved there at some point. Here is a German site that confirms the unit was established in 1933 in Phillipsthal.Topografie des Nationalsozialismus in Hessen : Erweiterte Suche : LAGIS Hessen

    "Im August 1933 wurde die Standarte 234 gegründet, die sich aus der SA der Kreise Hersfeld, Rotenburg und Hünfeld zusammensetzte. Der Sitz der Standarte war in Philippsthal. Auf dem Reichsparteitag 1933 erhielt die Standarte von Adolf Hitler ihr Feldzeichen mit dem Namen "Rotenburg"."

    I have a nice Sturmfahne from there as well. It has an old pattern Hessen-Nassau-Nord, yellow on blue Gausturm corner patch from Standarte 167 on it as well as three others from SA St. 234. It's interesting to note the same style embroidery of the lower two patches on the other flag as well.

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    It''s funny I just posted my Flag to yours...and just saw that you already did it on mine... Kissing cousins flag? lol

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    I didn't realize that the Patches was blue...It was dark when they came in...took pics outside and now it looks amazing with blue!


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    SA Standarte 234 is from Philippsthal, Group Hessen
    According to the lists from the Oberste SA-Führung: in the mid-1930's the location
    for 234 was Bebra; since early war it was Eschwege (according to various
    offcial address-lists - Anschriftenverzeichnis der SA from 1935, 1936, 1937 and
    1942). The flag with the two patches is anyway from about the mid-1930's and not
    the early 1930's.

    The traditions-patch with 167 was for Hofgeismar also Hessen according to the official
    address-lists! This flag with four patches will have a horizontal swastika and so is an early flag.
    In later years the swastika always had to be upon a tip. 33/234 is the last authorized patch;
    35/234 the first one and so the oldest unit to which this flag was granted.

    I do not quote from websites, but just from official papers.
    "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

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    I do not quote from websites, but just from official papers.[/QUOTE]

    Just for information's sake, here's the quoted source of the official Hessian state LAGIS (Landesgeschichtliches Informationssystem Hessen) website information on SA-Standarte 234: Der Kreis Hersfeld : Vergangenheit und Gegenwart, published in 1935 by Der Landrat des Kreises Hersfeld. So, Hersfeld District: Past and Present, published by the District Council of Hersfeld District, 1935.

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    Quote by pjm View Post
    Interesting that the list indicates Bebra as the location of SA-Standarte 234. It's 31 kilometers distance from Phillipsthal. Apparently, its headquarters was moved there at some point. Here is a German site that confirms the unit was established in 1933 in Phillipsthal.Topografie des Nationalsozialismus in Hessen : Erweiterte Suche : LAGIS Hessen

    "Im August 1933 wurde die Standarte 234 gegründet, die sich aus der SA der Kreise Hersfeld, Rotenburg und Hünfeld zusammensetzte. Der Sitz der Standarte war in Philippsthal. Auf dem Reichsparteitag 1933 erhielt die Standarte von Adolf Hitler ihr Feldzeichen mit dem Namen "Rotenburg"."

    I have a nice Sturmfahne from there as well. It has an old pattern Hessen-Nassau-Nord, yellow on blue Gausturm corner patch from Standarte 167 on it as well as three others from SA St. 234. It's interesting to note the same style embroidery of the lower two patches on the other flag as well.

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    After going back to this... in the above post it says...in German " At the Reichsparteitag 1933, Adolf Hitler's flag was named "Rotenburg" in ref. to 234? What exactly does that mean? What Hitler flag received the name Rotenburg? Or is it meaning that the 234 flags received the blood flags honor?

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