Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377
Of course there were some differences, but the problem is that these are not always clearly evident in period photographs.
The Motor-SA wore collar patches in their Gruppe color, while those of the NSKK were normally black. But, since SA-Gruppe Berlin-Brandenburg also used black collar patches, while the NSKK Korpsführung and the staffs of the Motorobergruppen and the independent Motorgruppen wore carmine-red collar patches, this clue is not always useful.
The Motor-SA wore embroidered collar patches, while the NSKK had metal devices, but, of course this cannot always be told from photographs.
The NSKK had a unique Kepi eagle, but this was only introduced in May 1934 and is thus not necessarily present in an early photograph.
Hi Chaps, I'd like to see what you think of this postcard I posted on the buckle forum
the day is a sacred date - 9. november !!!
compare with the national holiday of every other country.
This course was held in each year.
Mein 220 er mit dem ich von wien wegfuhr
My 220 it after I drove away from vienna ( austria)
((displacement of the car))
Kenneth, I like #42/43 alot. You can just barely make out the insignia on the kepi on the man to the right. Definitely like the Loose ones too!
I will post some new ones, now that the album is through (unfortunately! lol) CHRIS, glad to hear that was just one of them!
These came today: - DAK/Tropical Panzermann - Note the veterans Association pin on the old man
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-Panzerjager/Grenadier w/ Panzerkampfabzeichen in wear
-Heer and Luft men, maybe brothers ---photo taken in Saarbrucken