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Article about: Guys, here are two sleeve bands (Standard armband shown for reference); never believed this type was real until I got these two from veterans. Thought you'd like to see... Best, Hal

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    Guys, here are two sleeve bands (Standard armband shown for reference); never believed this type was real until I got these two from veterans. Thought you'd like to see... Best, Hal
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    nice armbands hal i have one also that came from the usa with a hj pennant the collector had 8 of them and claimed they came from a vet with other flags and the hj pennant.

    regards ewan
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    Ewan, a nice original example you have there. Thanks for showing. Hal PS: I like the plate.

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    thanks hal,yes i agree a cheap but very nice piece of TR history

    regards ewan

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    The narrow armbands were issued to auxillaries woring under the direction of the local political leader. I have never heard the rumor that these did not exist in period. They have been around ever since I began collecting so many years ago. I have purchased numerous examples during that time directly from veterans. Many examples are ink stamped indicating the job the individual was doing for the NSDAP.
    BOB

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    The narrow armbands were issued to auxillaries woring under the direction of the local political leader. I have never heard the rumor that these did not exist in period. They have been around ever since I began collecting so many years ago. I have purchased numerous examples during that time directly from veterans. Many examples are ink stamped indicating the job the individual was doing for the NSDAP.
    I've explained my reasons Bob; what's your point!

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    I've explained my reasons Bob; what's your point!

    Just curious as to why you had thought they were fake. I was also clarifying what purpose these armbands served. Nothing to get your knickers in a knot over.
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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    Just curious as to why you had thought they were fake. I was also clarifying what purpose these armbands served. Nothing to get your knickers in a knot over.
    Try posing it as a question next time instead of a statement and maybe you'll get an answer.

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    The narrow armbands were issued to auxillaries woring under the direction of the local political leader. I have never heard the rumor that these did not exist in period. They have been around ever since I began collecting so many years ago. I have purchased numerous examples during that time directly from veterans. Many examples are ink stamped indicating the job the individual was doing for the NSDAP.
    I encountered these as a young pup collector in the mid 1960s. They are the orange red with a distinct smell from the dye that no fake has ever properly imitated. The Politische Bereitschaft is a well known formation of the NSDAP, especially in the social welfare roles attendant to the air war and its effect on German cities.
    damit, basta.

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