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Article about: HPL, The lifespan of the lebensrune badge for the Agricultural advisors to the SS was short indeed. The order you post was from October of 1934, a mere month later this amendment was publish

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    The Fürsorge-Referent was indeed the welfare official for the unit. The Odalrune and this man's authorization may well reflect this role, as the welfare of SS members and their families came under the auspices of RuSHA. The job was to provide economic assistance for needy SS members and to look after the widows and orphans of SS men. The SS had a financial reserve for this purpose and the Fürsorge-Referent was the authority through which SS men or relatives could apply.
    d'Alquen

    Thank you. This issue is described in some detail on p. 35 of the SHAEF intelligence manual on the Allgemeine SS produced in wartime. Might you one day show us the relevant part in the order of 1937 whence the roman numeral was introduced for the cuff for the Sturmbann staff?

    Here is Walther Darre, the head of the Rasse- und Siedlungshauptamt in his glory days. This image is from the Arnold collection for sale by Jeff Clark. Click image for larger version. 

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    Thanks to you all for your collegial aid.Click image for larger version. 

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    damit, basta.

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ID:	317934Herbert Backe was yet another SS figure connected with the blood and soil movement as concerns agriculture and the Nazi attempt to preserve peasant life from capitalism and urban flight.
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    Very nice thread guys, lots of interesting info!

    Jeff

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ID:	318037A list of some SS abbreviations for the enlightenment of those interested.
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    Dr. Ley is probably the most intriging character in the photo next to Herbert Backe.
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    "Might you one day show us the relevant part in the order of 1937 whence the roman numeral was introduced for the cuff for the Sturmbann staff?"

    I could have sworn I did, but one of the drawbacks of a forum, no matter how good the search function, is my inability to locate material as readily and easily as I can in a book.
    Anyway, here is the document you are looking for. It is one of the earlier drafts and shows some amendments. This June, 1937 order is a blanket summary of all the insignia of the Allgemeine-SS and in the majority of cases is just confirming the wearing of badge. So this date cannot be used for the introduction of the titles with any certainty.
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Size:  22.3 KBDear Sir, many warm thanks. A very interesting and revealing page. I had not seen this before. A great addition. I take your point about the superiority of books. I often stumble across old posts where I said the same thing, only much better. Thanks.
    damit, basta.

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    Many thanks for that!

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ID:	318347Reiter attended the 9 November 1937 swearing of the oath for the selected SS units on the Odeonsplatz in Munich.
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    Many thanks to d'Alquen for sharing the above document concerning the A-SS cuff titles. On this occasion,can I just say that the original research into period primary sources undertaken by him and Friedrich-Berthold is priceless. Much information can found on this forum that one will not find in any of the standard references (hope I don't overuse this term) and the above information on the Roman numeral cuff titles for Sturmbann staff personnel is just the latest example for this. I for one keep learning new things here almost every day.

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