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Where were you in '22? (1922)

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    Thank you TrondK. It is amazing that these pieces were kept after the war, esp. when one considers that the awarding of such Party material meant automatic arrest and prison time if caught by Allied Forces, Class I and Class II Nazis "unrepentant." Perhaps Eitel did not make it through the war, who knows what happened.


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    What an excellent post. many thanks. what a great piece of history to own.



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    Thank you Harryamb2 and Tony!

    There is more Fritz Eitel, Coburg Badge related material out there that I do not own:

    1) 1938 Anniversary, 16th year Coburg Pokal, engraved, w/photos of Fritz and company in front of the Adolf-Hitler-Haus in Coburg. Auction reserve not met at 2000.00 EU

    2) 100+ Photo album with V. Lutze, Gauleiter's autographs. Sold in auction several years ago


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    Various photos of October 14-15, 1922, German Day in Coburg.
    Very limited photographic material exists today of the "Battle of Coburg"

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    This photograph shows perhaps one of the last reunions of the Coburg participants in 1941-42.

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    Great grouping and a well presented thread --- thanks for sharing this piece of history with us all!

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    Thanks for an informative thread.

    Glad to hear you are feeling better.

    Cheers, Ade
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    Thumbs up

    A VERY important and wonderful grouping that's close to my heart due to me being a collector of items and history related to the Battle of Coburg. Marcus, you done good!

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    Wow.Great historical items

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