A couple of interesting photo's

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A couple of interesting photo's

Postby Laurence Strong » 01 Dec 2012 01:41

I just picked these up. The first one is a HV Official attached to a Gebrigsjager unit. Note the Edelweiss on his feldmutze.
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Re: A couple of interesting photo's

Postby Laurence Strong » 01 Dec 2012 01:42

Followed by an NCO of Pio Regt 7 wearing the Steuermann insignia.

Thanks for looking

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Re: A couple of interesting photo's

Postby Laurence Strong » 30 Dec 2012 04:07

Another one I just recieved.

An exteremly rare photo showing a Beamte a.K. Kriegsverwaltungsassistent (Oberfeldwebel) wearing the 1939 regulation Schulterschnur
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Re: A couple of interesting photo's

Postby Laurence Strong » 15 Jan 2013 05:34

Just recieved this...a photo of 3 Songerführer (G) wearing the "E" device for members involved with the Eisenbahn, with the 1939 regulation Schulterschnur.
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Re: A couple of interesting photo's

Postby Laurence Strong » 15 Jan 2013 05:37

Here is a set of of 1940 regulation boards with the Eisenbahn device
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