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    Question The Motor-SA's uniforms differed from that of the...

    The Motor-SA's uniforms differed from that of the regular SA in that they wore black (rather than brown) breeches and boots and, for driving duty, a leather crash helmet. Motor units also wore a...
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    Question Thanks. It would have to be an early armband. ...

    Thanks. It would have to be an early armband.

    Wim Saris has kindly helped me out here:

    He confirmed that Leoben was part of Südmark and informed me that the 3rd Standarte in question would have...
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    Question I'm not an expert on the SA's organizational...

    I'm not an expert on the SA's organizational structure, but to my knowledge, there was no Motorsturm in a non-motor Standarte.

    (By the way, the Motor-SA was already absorbed by the NSKK in 1934,...
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    Question The "M" in this place doesn't make sense to me:...

    The "M" in this place doesn't make sense to me: "2/3"would be the 2nd Sturm of the 3rd Standarte; "2/M3" the 2nd Sturm of the 3rd Motorstandarte, but "M2/3"?
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    Question Leoben in Styria would have been in the territory...

    Leoben in Styria would have been in the territory covered by SA-Gruppe Südmark. It used pink [rosarot] collar patches and cap panels.
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