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Unteroffizier Vorschule cuff title, need help.

Article about: Hi, what do you think about this cuff title? Who and where did they use this type of cuff title? Are they common? The price is 60€... (I've asked for more pictures)

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    Default Unteroffizier Vorschule cuff title, need help.

    Hi, what do you think about this cuff title? Who and where did they use this type of cuff title?

    Are they common?

    The price is 60€...

    (I've asked for more pictures)

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    Default Re: Unteroffizier Vorschule cuff title, need help.

    Hi Anton, the clue is in the title..............Unteroffiziervorschule Worn by Heer Staff and Student NCO's at training school.

    The title is bad. It should be Green in colour.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: Unteroffizier Vorschule cuff title, need help.

    Hi Ade. Yeah I guessed that. But I meant what school, or was it at any training school?

    If it were real, would the price be right or would it be a bargain?

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    Pasqueralle Militaria, German Militaria, Unteroffiziervorschule Cuff Title

    To me, this one sounds expensive?

    Worn just at NCO school.

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    Oh I see. I would be a real bargain then. Haha

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    Default Re: Unteroffizier Vorschule cuff title, need help.

    Quote by Farradin View Post
    Hi Ade. Yeah I guessed that. But I meant what school, or was it at any training school?
    The Unteroffiziervorschulen (NCO Preparatory Schools) were formed on 1 April 1940; their mission was to provide for a part of the Germany Army's future NCO needs.

    The Unteroffizierschüler (NCO students) were 14 to 15 years of age upon entry and attended the schools for three years. They were designated as Jungschützen (roughly "Junior Privates") and did, of course, not have the status of soldiers, but of "Zöglinge" (= pupils).

    The last contingent of students was admitted to these schools in April 1941; after this, no more new students were accepted, but those already attending the schools finished their education there.

    The Luftwaffe also had its own Unteroffiziervorschulen, later re-designated Unteroffizierschulen. (Some special insignia, but no cuff titles, there.)

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