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SOS DAF Funeral sash find

Article about: Kranzschleife funeral sash for a female member of the DAF, German Labor Front. Eric

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    Kranzschleife funeral sash for a female member of the DAF, German Labor Front.

    Eric
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    Nice pictures Eric.
    Gchrisreat pick-up

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    Thanks Chris.
    As you know I have wanted a nice clean one for some time.

    Eric
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    Nice one buddy.

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    Very nice! Out of curiosity, how can you tell it's meant for a female DAF member?

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    As I understand it Kamraden male and Kamradin for female.
    Please correct my poor German if I am wrong.

    Eric
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    Quote by Erno View Post
    Very nice! Out of curiosity, how can you tell it's meant for a female DAF member?
    Kameradin is the female form of the German word for comrade; the male being Kamerad.

    (Plural is Kameradinnen and Kameraden, respectively.)

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    Kameradin is the female form of the German word for comrade; the male being Kamerad.

    (Plural is Kameradinnen and Kameraden, respectively.)
    Thank you my free time spent on German CD's Is paying off.
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    Quote by Eric Zentner View Post
    As I understand it Kamraden male and Kamradin for female.
    Please correct my poor German if I am wrong.

    Eric
    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    Kameradin is the female form of the German word for comrade; the male being Kamerad.

    (Plural is Kameradinnen and Kameraden, respectively.)
    Thank you both! I didn't know that. I have occasionally written letters in very bad German, and my greatest hope is that I haven't accidentally offended any of the recipients!

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    Thats a great sash Eric, nice buy. I love your collection as well.

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