SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by Arto O » 12 Mar 2014 04:43

From germanmilitariaforum.it
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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by Heimatschuss » 12 Mar 2014 20:17

Hello Arto,

I've found another one too.
SS-Helferinnen 12.jpg
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http://25.media.tumblr.com/96702727eb21 ... o1_500.jpg

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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by Arto O » 14 Mar 2014 04:48

Nice photo Torsten.
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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by Arto O » 12 May 2016 02:52

What she is wearing on head? Is that the official cap or civilian hat?
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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by GregSingh » 13 May 2016 07:33

I don't know if it's official or not, but it looks like very simple wool felt pillbox hat - civilian versions were/are usually more fancy!
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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by Galileo Galilei » 26 Apr 2018 14:32

Hello everybody.
I am new here; I am studying for 40 years documents and pictures of past conflict.
And now I am retired I have time to use join forum.
I got your answer :
-YES SS-helferinnen got tie (I did not find the uniform wearing order regulation text right now, but hope to find it into the Bund.Archive. when I will go back to germany.)

Look well at this previously post picture.


I hope theses pictures will help you.
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''E pur si muove'' : Galileo 1633, as sequel to his constrained abjuration in front of Sancti officium.

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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by von thoma » 27 Apr 2018 18:11

The cloth Totenkopf on the cap is added by some "fan" of SS skulls.
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Re: SS-Helferinnen Uniform, Why No Tie?

Post by Galileo Galilei » 29 Apr 2018 08:44

Here the woman is wearing a Heer black panzer feldmutze (see the cap design and the Heer eagle) with a blitz insignia on the side, the Totenkopf is probably original, (why would a printer in 1945 add insignia on a mortuary notification ? but he may repainted the SS oval insignia has it was common to do at that time to enlighted important details.
May be you are right, who knows ?
About photo retouched, take care upon the source the photo is coming, (I try to use only NARA, MI5, ECPDA, EHRI, IWM, national archives.uk, original newspapers...)

-look at the difference in the same pictures : the one which was use here, and the original NARA...=The ss-Nachrichtmaiden did not used make up...
go to see link to enjoy the other pictures of this reporting.


''E pur si muove'' : Galileo 1633,
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