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Article about: I just acquired this PIECE of a (cuff title/tally ribbon?) & the post card of the Nazi Martyr Schlageter. I was wondering if anybody can tell me if this is part of a cuff title, or is it

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    I just acquired this PIECE of a (cuff title/tally ribbon?) & the post card of the Nazi Martyr Schlageter. I was wondering if anybody can tell me if this is part of a cuff title, or is it part of a tally ribbon worn on Naval hats. It seems Herr Schlageter had both a Naval ship, and a Luftwaffe fighter arm named after him. Thanks for any help!
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    Hi Bob, I am very open to correction on this, but I think it is a RAD cuff title.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    I went to a gun show here in Florida, and a BIG NAZI MEDAL DEALER has one just like mine! I wonder what that means? Some sort of strange coincidence? I've never seen one before, now I know where there are two cut short!

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    I believe it is an SA CT from Niederrhein Gruppe...and there is another one over on GDC!

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    I made a photocopy in the mid 1980s of a Cuff title reference book,
    and it looks nothing like yours ,the S is in classic german script.
    I will not post it, in case I infringe copyright,but if you want to get
    in touch,I can email you a copy.
    Regards Mike

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    The cufftitle is the 2nd pattern and more commonly found example. The Honor Title "Schlageter" ws awarded to SA Standarte 59, Gruppe Niederrhein.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Here are the LUFTWAFFE cuff titles,with my JG3 UDET,
    purchased 25 years ago,the back has a cotton mesh.

    Hope this helps..
    Regards Mike
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    He Have jagdgeswarder 26 SCHLAGETER , Schoolship Albert Leo Schlageter ( the American now have thies ship, and now it´s call EAGEL ) And SA Sturmabteilung 39

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    In my opinion the Schlageter cuff title in post 1 is for the SA. Later
    (in October 1940) this one was abolished.

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    from the magazine "Die deutsche Uniform" from September 1934.
    Note there also exists a cuff title with Albert Leo Schlageter (left row,
    lowest image).
    The name Schlageter was granted by Hitler himself, possibly in 1929. There
    was a lot of confusion with the both names, which is obvious from a letter
    from the SA High-Command (Führungsamt, Abteilung F1). They did not
    have sufficient information.
    Albert Leo was granted per June 1, 1933 to the SA-group Südwest. Lörrach
    was at Baden.

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    from the "Mitteilungsblatt der RZM" from August 25, 1934. The both
    forms are also mentioned here: see 39 (Düsseldorf) and 142 (Lörrach).
    The SA versions do not have colored edges.

    One should note that honor-names granted were visible at the box for
    the "Deutschland Erwache"-Standard. To confuse even more: in March 1932
    the name Schlageter was also granted for an SA-Sturm-flag, specifically for
    3/L from Munich. Various men of this group did belong to the old company
    of Schlageter. They were NOT allowed to wear a cuff title.
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    "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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    Im sorry i had a glitch somehow

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