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Foreign volunteer shield ?

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    I've found this picture of a foreign volunteer shield. Does anyone know who used this kind of shields ?

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    Hi Kindzjal


    I doubt this is TR related, offcourse I could be wrong, I'am yust saying I've never seen or heard about one of these.

    Where did you saw this shield?



    Greetz

    Nick VR

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    Indeed I have the same feelings about this shield, but it's described as a foreign volunteer shield, so...very strange


    Original German military, Cross, Orders, Medals, Badges, WW2 and WW1 militaria

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    Hi Kindzjal


    I yust took a look to that site, it looks like they are selling a Kyffhauserbund shield as a foreign volunteer shield...

    They are also selling rare armshields for 108 US dollar that's 70 Euro, do I need to say more?


    EDIT: This picture yust proved it all...




    Greetz

    Nick VR
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    It looks to be Polish unit of some sort . The Polish Winged Hussar would be perhaps for a Cavalry/Armoured Unit . Must be Allied ,unless the SS started recruiting Polish Catholics !!

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    Hi Guys, I would agree with my friend Rob. Polish I am sure.

    Glad you made you first post Rob

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote by Rob truscott View Post
    It looks to be Polish unit of some sort . The Polish Winged Hussar would be perhaps for a Cavalry/Armoured Unit . Must be Allied ,unless the SS started recruiting Polish Catholics !!
    agree Polish insignia.not easy to find if you looking for one,its for tank units

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