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Dutch document .I would like more info regarding it.

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    Default Dutch document .I would like more info regarding it.

    I would like more information regarding thise document I just got in.
    It is printed, looks older than it is. It is a ode to each regiment in particular.
    And ends with the sentence; "may each regimental shield be a victory banner".......


    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    I can see a lot of WW2 British Divisional Emblems / Signs as worn on the battledress.

    https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=ww...w=1280&bih=614

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    Very cool item Kris, not seen one before so can't help with, but very cool.
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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    All the units shown were involved with the liberation of Holland, so, I would say this poem is from a booklet printed to honour the liberators at the end of the war.

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    Oranje-Nassau prints
    topic:
    liberation 1945

    Description:
    Pamphlet in which homage is given to the overseas helpers, who during the war have "labored." To the army and navy "The disaster year 40s made ​​us / slaves of the sleeve (.......) here is our tribute to the wish: Each shield a victory flag!" Around this printed text in many colors an edge of shields and emblems.

    Author:
    Pavert, J. v.d.

    Dated:
    1945

    technique:
    lithograph, color

    sizes:
    38.5 x 26

    materials:
    paper

    Here's an other one to buy:
    Het Rampjaar '40 Maakte Ons Tot Slaven Van de Mof... . . - PAVERT, J.V.D.

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    Very Interesting Item, I see the Pattern 1922 Canadian Flag which we used during WW2, as well as a few Canadian Corp and Army Group Insignias

    Dean O
    Canada

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    The disaster year (19) 40 made ​​us slaves of the Germans (Krauts).
    The German boot shattered the fragile peace coarse.
    Goodbye happiness and no more freedom.
    Our eyes were dull.
    The voice from London kept in us the smoldering spark of hope of redemption from the noble 'Rasgermaan' (Germanic race).
    Overseas they laboured, working on a army and a navy; on land, on water and in the air, the forces increasingly strengthened.
    After endless wait of 4-5 years, the freedom came for us.
    Much has been ruined, destroyed, killed, but our people that remain;
    our warrior people of law, art and science, it will regain glory of yesteryear, step by step.
    Thanks to our friends in need, from across the ocean.
    Here our tribute and the wish:
    Each shield a victory flag!

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    Thanks Theo!
    cheers
    |<ris
    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    You're welcome, we have to help and learn from each other.

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    Well said!!!

    Dean O
    Canada

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