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Article about: In many of my books I included many photographs with the wearing of daggers, and occasionally swords. One of such books is for example: "Aiguillettes of the Third Reich". This book

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    I'am back!! A mayor part from my promise is done.
    Now I will spend some time again with this thread, showing some police photos.
    A few of them were used in my book about aiguillettes, which ones is obvious.
    Others were not used yet, as they are waiting for a moment to be picked up and
    included in a future book.

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    (The first three, credit: Armin Rudzki; then one from Richard Hessels and two
    from Rolf Halfen)

    Daggers etc. in my books...sh*t? did I bring to ruin the Saris-archive? Daggers etc. in my books


    Oh boy, I am in deep, deep trouble.......Daggers etc. in my books
    WRF-members will fall over me. Sorry, sorry!

    Guys, I just had a dull mood!
    Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 11-20-2014 at 10:26 PM.

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    Some great photos Wim , excellent !!!

    Theo

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    In volume 1 for "Headgear of Hitler's Germany" the Armed Forces:
    Heer, Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe were covered. The volume was not of the size as the later volumes.
    All had to go quick for a release. It was planned to make an extensive addendum, but if we ever get
    this done, is a question, as years go by.

    In volume 2 of the series, the Deutscher Luftsport-Verband was covered. Just briefly included was the uniform
    for the Deutsche Luftfahrt, which later became the Luftwaffe.

    To start with a photo and caption from volume 2: Albert Sonntag, wearing a rare combination dress.

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    Further a random choice:

    Daggers etc. in my books Harald Kricheldorf a Lufthansa pilot, wearing the Dt.Luftfahrt uniform

    Daggers etc. in my books the wearing of the field-cap is extremely rare with DLV

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    (credit of the photos: Deutsche Lufthansa and Hermann Miller/Butzweiler Hof, Köln)

    Further shown some Luftwaffe, first and later pattern dagger (a random choice). All of these
    were planned for the eventual later addendum.

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    (credits: P.Klubert, B.Wedeking and P. Coleman)

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    Also the German navy was in volume 1. Some addendum photos I can show here:

    Just navy, the second one is a Sonderführer Kapitänleutnant (credit: M.Bodeux)

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    G.Beyersdorf, Verwaltungsbeamte des gehobenen Dienstes (Korvettenkapitän - Verwaltungsamtmann)


    (credit: E. Beyersdorf. He brought me in contact with a former member of the Marine-Musikschule,
    as ssssuper rare institution for youngesters in the age of Hitler-Jugend. This music-school was included in
    my extensive article aboutsuch schools for the army, airforce and Waffen-SS as well. Published in the US-magazine
    "Military Advisor" and the German "Militaria")

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    Seemännischer Fahrzeugbeamte (Korvettenkapitän - Marineoberstabsingenieur)

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    (last two credit: Markus bodeux)

    I think Hitler-Jugend will be next to cover, some from my "Handbook", some for the
    headgear-series volume about this organization!
    Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 11-23-2014 at 06:44 PM.

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    You spoil us Wilhelm with these lovely pics!!

    Thx

    Ger

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    No problem Ger. Its my pleasure.
    I like to do this for this forum and for its members, that enjoy
    looking at some stuff. Hope I can find the time today to post again!

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    Wow, Wilhelm... You have an amazing hoard of photos and a wealth of information. Thanks for sharing. How is your book on railroad Eagles coming? And will we ever see the gorgets book in English? All I can really do is look at the pictures and try like hell to learn German! Great photos and thanks again.

    Hummel
    "Currently looking for period items relating to the German city of Amberg."

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    Hummel: send you a PM about your questions about new books.

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    Daggers etc. in my books
    Thanks for making it a sticky thread!!

    Also in "Handbook of the Hitler-Jugend", a book about HJ triangles and shoulder-straps ony (with 784 pages)
    of course photos with HJ daggers for enlisted ranks and leaders were shown. Starting with the cover as it became
    with a "design" cover, given the impression of a brown-shirt.

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    First I will cover some enlisted ranks stuff, but note that specific middle class ranked leaders had to wear the
    enlisted HJ dagger version, instead of the special HJ-leaders dagger. Some of the photos were published in the "'Handbook",
    others are waiting to be published for the particular volume for the headgear-series "Headgear of Hitlr's Germany".

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    Early youth often did wear bayonets (credit: Steve Aley)
    Further it is interesting to note that in the earliest stage the HJ-dagger was worn in front. Due to a lot of accidents
    at a later date it was decided to wear the dagger at the back.

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    DJ-member, second a DJ leader (credit: Jeff Hammond)

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    DJ does not always mean Deutsches Jungvolk, but can be as Deutsche Jugend (DJ) also.
    First a lad from the DJ from Croatie (Save Donau, Bann 2) (credit: P.Coleman), second a lad from Belgium,
    wearing a dagger. The enlargment does not tell us if this is indeed a HJ dagger, looks different for sure
    (so-called Jungvolk-daggers are proved to be bogus and are in-depth discussed at the HJ-forum).

    Hitler-Jugend enlisted:

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    (both credit: Steve Aley)

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    (credit: Christian Ulber)

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    Wehrertüchtigungslager (credit: Kurt Aulbach), further Marine-HJ (credit: Patrick Vereijken)

    HJ leading persons. Note the damaged scabbard tip with the second photo:

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    To be continued later with the HJ leaders dagger
    (see also post 24 for HJ leaders with white gear during the 1938 visit to Japan).
    Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 11-25-2014 at 10:27 AM.

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    The wearing of the Hitler-Jugend Führerdolch:

    To start with: Obergebietsführer von Tschammer und Osten (middle), the "Beauftragter für die Leibesübungen
    der Deutschen Jugend
    " with (at left) Gebietsführer Laganke and (at right) Dr.Schlünder, a department
    leader at Frankfurt in 1938 during youth games (Deutsche Jugendmeisterschaften).

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    (credit: R.Kindel)

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    (credit: Bernd Kroemer)

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    (credit: P.Klubert)

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    (credit: W. Saris, P.Vereijken)

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    (both last credit: C.Davis)

    Now I have to dig in old boxes Daggers etc. in my books

    for material from my book "Aiguillettes of the Third Reich". I'll be back, one
    of these days!!

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    This is what I mentioned in an earlier post:
    I do not mark photographs, as this does not work at all (various forum members are
    quite well able to remove the marks perfectly), but if one ever feels the need to use it,
    then please ask me for allowance and send me a PM. DO NOT simply "steal".
    With various other threads I have observed photographs from collectors, which are
    used by others, members from this and of course other forums. I am practically sure
    they did not ask allowance. They just "take" and adorn with borrowed plumes.
    Last edited by Wilhelm Saris; 11-25-2014 at 05:53 PM.

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