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Article about: by BOB COLEMAN Agreed. However, I believe that when the Hago was absorbed into the DAF, the use of the winged hammer insignia was no longer used. Certainly it was, but the transitional perio

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    Agreed. However, I believe that when the Hago was absorbed into the DAF, the use of the winged hammer insignia was no longer used.
    Certainly it was, but the transitional period (for Party badges, at least) was between 1933 and 1935, so if an NSHAGO stick pin were created during that time period, in my opinion, it would make sense to have RZM markings. I believe that the NSHAGO was an official NSDAP organization.

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    Personally, I like the first pin, the totally unmarked one "A" the best. It looks the best made of the group.
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