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IA/O Nr. 01294 of the 18.3.35 concerning TK collar insignia

Article about: Rereading Mollo's book 4 and especially the appendix 1 in which he translates an order from the SS-Hauptamt concerning TK kragenspeigel, armbands, drill and guard dress. Finally subsection D

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    Rereading Mollo's book 4 and especially the appendix 1 in which he translates an order from the SS-Hauptamt concerning TK kragenspeigel, armbands, drill and guard dress. Finally subsection D discusses the procedure for obtaining SS collar patches, prohibits private manufacture and cancels requisition order IA/O Nr. 01294. I was hoping someone here might be able to shed some light on what the content of the canceled requisiton was. Did it allow for some temporary private production? Does this correspond to changes from the so called "pirate" insignia to the later production type?
    Thank you. Please forgive my ignorance.
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    Mr. d'Alquen has read all the files on this score.
    This order repeats what it is in the 1935 directives of the RZM to the effect that the Wachverbaende/SSTV insignia can only be gotten from within the organization.
    The use of locally made insignia was apparently a phenomenon in the SS, and proscribed overall after the middle of 1934.
    damit, basta.

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    jHAM,
    In answer to your question, the order referenced is RFSS-Befehl IA/O Nr. 01294 issued on 18. March 1935. It delineated the insignia for the SS-Wachverbaende and you are correct that it introduced the pirate type skull for the SS-TV.
    In January of 1936 Eicke started the process of updating the insignia and the March order published by Andrew Mollo was the result. It thus replaced the old Himmler insignia order you were asking about.
    Regarding the directive about punishing the private manufacture in the SS court, Pohl pointed out to Heissmeyer later that month that the directive was worthless as the SS Court only held jurisdiction over SS members and was powerless to act against private firms.
    D'Alquen

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    Thank you very much Mr. d'alquen for taking time to share. Thanks also to F-B. Slowly things become more clear.

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    Mr. D'Alquen is the authority on this material and we are glad he places his learning at our disposal.
    damit, basta.

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    And Mr. JHAM earns our praise in his close study of the Mollo books, which remain the foundation and or the introduction to this arcane material, even with the progress of knowledge over more than forty years.
    damit, basta.

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ID:	662078Here is the 1935 RZM statement on this account as concerns the cuff titles.
    damit, basta.

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