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I.D. Badge Please?

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    Could anyone enlighten me please, I dont recognise this one, Thanks.
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    N.S.K.O.V. Veterans Donation Tinnie!.....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    This was one of a group of three March of 42 for WHW.
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    I just want to make this clear.
    These have no ties to the NSKOV or any specific group or organization.
    That I am 100% sure of! They were sold as WHW from lots of groups like the DRK and others.
    Chrys from winterhilfwerkbook will chime in soon and concur I hope.
    And your welcome for the help!

    Eric
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    Hey guys,

    This has nothing to do really with the NSKOV. These were sold during the 'VI' Tag der Wehrmacht event held all across Germany by the Winterhilfswerk. The event was on the 28th & 29th of March 1942. The NSKOV and other organizations would have helped sell these pieces but they are not connected to them whatsoever. The design is merely a coincidence...often you will see dealers will list these as being a 'NSKOV donation badge'.

    I have attached a photo of these being worn by a member of the German Army. This image is protected by US Copyright law as it is included on page 194 of our book 'Donation Badges, Pins & Pendants of the Third Reich'.

    Hope this clears the water for a few here.

    Cheers,
    CM Alexander

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    Great pic and info Chrys. I look forward to your book #3

    Eric
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    And still no thank you ...... how nice


    Eric
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    I would just like to say thanks to you Eric for teaching me another thing I did not know, hopefully the OP will do the same.
    Morris

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    Like..
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    Of course you have my Thanks gentlemen and my apologies, It has been a while since I logged on to the site and so I am a playing catch up a little. Your research and opinions are valued.

    Phil

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