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    Hello. I am interested in collecting WWII items from The U.S. and Germany.

    01-24-2019, 04:53 AM

    90 cm Kordel Rundschnur Alu, ca 1,5 mm : Kragenspiegel Uniform-Effekte

    01-24-2019, 03:50 AM
    UK Cousin

    Hitler's collection is fake part 5

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    01-24-2019, 04:26 AM
    Joshua R

    SS Totenkopf Ring ID HELP!

    So this ring (I’m fairly certain is authentic as it has a Boyle CoA) is named to a “Schwarz” and is dated what looks like 20/4/36. I was wondering where

    01-24-2019, 02:45 AM
    Larry C

    Identity of a bayonet

    Hello Gents...a co worker knowing that I collect and study WW2 brought in a bayonet to be identified ..which I have no clue. he said his grandfather brought

    01-24-2019, 03:51 AM

    Frostbite & Borsalbe Creams

    Hi Guys,

    What are your opinions on these various creams, they look original to me and as to my knowledge aren't faked (apart from those

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  • Designer of the SA symbol known

    This is what the "Uniformen-Markt" from May 1, 1936 says on page 86:
    (published also in the magazine "Der SA-Mann", number 15 from 1936):
    the SA symbol originated from a 1929-contest, which was lauched by the
    SA High-Command. The design was handed over by Hans Zöberlein (the
    well-known poet) and the leader from Sturmbann II from Standarte "List"
    from Munich, Obersturmbannführer Max Zankl.

    The symbol was the old Teutonic sign for lightning together with the so-called
    "Mannrune" (the symbol of a stern and unbending man with a flaming sword).
    Both symbols were combined with a ring. Later the hook to connect both was

    Attachment 597110

    Maybe it was Heck who added the hook, but this is not mentioned!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Is the designer of the SA symbol known? started by 4thskorpion View original post
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