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    Thanks to Adrian i have learned how to arrange the pics and get upload in the right order, so the reverse with writings match the ones on the left.

    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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  3. #272
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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    It's NSKK.

    The sleeve badge is the NSKK sleeve diamond or Kraftfahrraute; it appears to be the first pattern of that insigne. which had an eagle whose wings were pointed and did not protrude from the wheel design. (The second pattern had an eagle whose wings were more angular and had a proportionately larger wingspan, protruding slightly from the wheel.)

    Normally, the NSKK sleeve diamond was unpiped, but exceptions are not impossible. [For example both Korpsführer Hühnlein and his successor in that post, Kraus, wore piped versions of the sleeve diamond as can be seen in period photographs. Furthermore, members of the winning teams of the NSKK's annual competitions were authorized to wear alternating black-and-white (or black-and-aluminium) piping on their sleeve diamonds for the year following their victory.]

    All the identifiable uniform features match (or at least do not contradict) NSKK uniforms, too: The collar which is darker than the rest of the tunic*, the Tresse on the kepi, the dark-colored tie and trousers, chained dagger, "plain" Swastika armband etc.

    If you add all the details up, the NSKK is the only organization that matches everything.

    * It is a cloth tunic, not a leather jacket. The spots of light are not reflections on leather, but simply sunlight falling through the foliage of a tree.

    Wow, it looked like a leather jacket for sure to me....but I can see now that you are correct. Thanks. The piping threw me off completely on this patch as did the jacket. I appreciate the help HPL. Interesting to know about the annual competitions and patch piping.


    CHRIS- Awesome Photos man. I love the Luft Wedding photo with the people giving the good ol' "Salute". The guy with the field cap is olddd. Late war call-up??
    (You hafta teach me how to get the photos to match the reverse.....IDK how to do it)
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    Here you go mate. Read post no. 84 by Adrian.
    http://warrelics.eu/forum/technical-...-pics-21253-9/
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Really like the white topped luft visor pic and the group panzer crew photo. Also really liked the free gift photo's with the wedding etc.

    Jerry
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    Quote by vonbond View Post
    Really like the white topped luft visor pic and the group panzer crew photo. Also really liked the free gift photo's with the wedding etc.

    Jerry
    Thanks Jerry, glad you liked them.
    Cheers, Chris.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Quote by donkihotis7 View Post
    Here you go mate. Read post no. 84 by Adrian.
    http://warrelics.eu/forum/technical-...-pics-21253-9/
    HA. Thats awesome Chris. I never knew you could drag them over like that. I always just hit "preview post" so I could tell what posted first. haha This saves me some extra time now. Thanks for mentioning that man

    Also thanks for commenting Jerry
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    Your welcome buddy. Check this out I've found a treasure, A group of 4 photo albums of the same guy who served as Panzerjaeger. I will pay half end of month and the rest in June. So we will be waiting for these photos.
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    ohhhh man. That is SWEEETTT. What an awesome find to have all 4 together especially. Looks to have some unbelieveable photos in there too. I really like the black album that is laying down. Cant wait to see them man. Hopefully we can find out what unit he is from. Congrats my friend
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    just a couple that came today:

    -Officer with Ek/KVK medal bar wedding pic
    - Gaurd with M18 cutout helmet and k98az artillery carbine
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    A early pic of a General reveiwing his troops
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