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Abzeichen der Burdezeit

Article about: Here is a nice example of the early "Nun Erst Recht" parteiabzeichen. The badge, circa 1923-34, was first produced and worn following the von Kahr decree of 29.11.1923, which offic

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    Here is a nice example of the early "Nun Erst Recht" parteiabzeichen.

    The badge, circa 1923-34, was first produced and worn following the von Kahr decree of 29.11.1923, which officially banned the NSDAP following the failed Putsch. However, as the swastika was not recognised as a specific NSDAP symbol, this allowed the manufacture and display of these badges, with the new slogan "Nun Erst Recht", meaning "Now all the more". In late January 1924, a further decree prohibited these abzeichen too, but they were still produced as late as the early 1930's. As the badge was not an officially produced piece, it meant that no identity was required by the wearer.

    The badges were created in two different sizes, and should always appear quite crude. Beware of the near perfect reproduction pieces, as these early period abzeichen should always be rather basic, both in their construction, and also their finishing. RZM markings should also never be present.

    The original pieces were known as "Abzeichen der Burdezeit", meaning "Badge of the times of burden".

    Regards,

    Carl
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    Examples of the modern reproduction pieces mentioned above...
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