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Unit marked Luftwaffe belt buckle 1938

Article about: Hello I, am trying to fin some information on this Luft. buckle. Leather tab has LAB & a oval with unreadable title, 1938 & Ludenscheid. The other side of tab has the following, Fl.

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    Hello I, am trying to fin some information on this Luft. buckle. Leather tab has LAB & a oval with unreadable title, 1938 & Ludenscheid. The other side of tab has the following, Fl. H. Kot.Fw. I, am unsure of the "ot & w". Buckle marked AdB L in circle. Any Info. would be much appreciated. Thanks John
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    Hi John and welcome to the forum, the buckle is made by Adolf Baumeister, Ludenscheid in 1938, in ref tot he unit mark I will have to have a look and see which unit it is.

    Cheers
    Ben

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    FLH perhaps Flughalle Airfield or hanger...G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    its a very nice buckle.

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    Nice Luft buckle, welcome to the forum John...

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    Ahhh... My manners sometimes are daft... John.. Welcome to the Forum... My very first buckle was a Adb. Ludenshied... Just like yours..
    Without the nice LBA / Reg. markings... Again... look forward to many new finds and posts from you... Gwar
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    Hi all

    A very nice buckle indeed! BTW, "Fl H Kdr" is for Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur, and is followed by the Fliegerhorst's name (Fliegerhorst is the designation for a Luftwaffe airstrip). Sorry, can't make out the name.

    Kind regards
    Kurt

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