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Article about: Hi guys, this is an Assmann marked belt. The pictures are lousy i know but i hope they can do the job. Is it a LW belt or a political one? Thanks in advance Chris

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    Hi guys, this is an Assmann marked belt. The pictures are lousy i know but i hope they can do the job.
    Is it a LW belt or a political one?
    Thanks in advance
    Chris
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    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    If i remember correctly the mark here is "DRGM".
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    Luftwaffe chris.

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    Ben

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    Hi guys and thanks for your replies.

    No Ben, but i just did since you provided the link.

    So according to the information given there and since the above posted belt is brown 45mm in width, does this make it an SA belt?
    I am copying pasting from the other thread:

    "Herstellungsvorschriften der Reichszeugmeisterei, 1936:
    SA 45.0 mm brown enlisted; 60.0 brown leaders;
    NSKK: 45.0 mm black (also worn by NSBO and DAF-wardens);
    Pol.Leaders 60.0 mm brown double-claw as mentioned earlier;
    DAF-Werkschar: black 45.0 mm with buckle. Higher leaders as mentioned before;
    HJ: brown 45.0 mm (later this was changed in black); DJ: black 45.0 mm; BDM: blue 40.0 mm."


    There is a detailed analysis thanks to member Wilhelm Saris but the description is referring to the leather color and width.
    The shape of the belt buckle is also playing a determining role isn't it?
    Since "my potential'' belt above has a flat pebbled buckle and not a round one then it makes it a Luftwaffe as Harry already suggested?
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    I would say so
    Ben

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    I do love that name, Assman... ;-)

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    Great thanks Ben.
    Looking for the photo albums of Leutnant Emil Freitag, 3. / G.R. 377

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    Got it at last and thought to post some proper photos as the initial ones were a parody.
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    Nice belt Chris and Assmann marked, bargain
    Ben

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