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Early SS photo - Dated 1931

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    Default Early image of Black service tunic and cap

    This photo was posted on the maroon forum. It appears to show two members of Standarte 25. I thought the readership here might appreciate it. Thanks
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    looks your so called maroon forum show as well good material

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    Quote by Robert H View Post
    looks your so called maroon forum show as well good material
    Let's say that it is not so much the quality of the photographs as that of the attitudes on display there that all too often leaves much to be desired.

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    Quote by Robert H View Post
    looks your so called maroon forum show as well good material
    love ! these photos . Were did i read all pleats on pockets must be same widith as a rule to what;s original and whats not (w a f)

    like the honds tooth


    Can any one crop photo ? seems they have no shoulder board

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    Quote by jHAM View Post
    This photo was posted on the maroon forum. It appears to show two members of Standarte 25. I thought the readership here might appreciate it. Thanks
    Click image for larger version. 

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    Of course you are speaking in the vintage Bugs Bunny dialect.

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    would be nice if some one can get the photo more close up to see if they have a shoulder board and if not why ?

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    Click on the pic and it will enlarge somewhat.
    (They do not have shoulderboards.........)
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by Robert H View Post
    looks your so called maroon forum show as well good material
    Please, would somebody kindly translate the above? Thank you.
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    The early SS like the early SA did not wear shoulder boards. I believe they came in to use sometime in 1932 or very early 1933. I am sure Wilhelm Saris would have the document in his archives nailing down a specific date.
    BOB

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    The early SS like the early SA did not wear shoulder boards. I believe they came in to use sometime in 1932 or very early 1933. I am sure Wilhelm Saris would have the document in his archives nailing down a specific date.
    thanks i did not know that , i wonder if some of the early tunics were put in to rzm service . so to speak up grade . or off the shelf stock , i think so ,

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