Any remaining Polish ONR (Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny "Falanga”) Armbands/"militaria"/etc?

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Any remaining Polish ONR (Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny "Falanga”) Armbands/"militaria"/etc?

Post by blackmetalhistorian » 01 Nov 2023 19:08

So I'm very interested in the pre-WW2 Polish ultranationalist party "National Radical Camp" (Polish: Obóz Narodowo-Radykalny) which was formed in 1934, inspired by the Italian Fascist movement. The party flag is a simplified symbol of an arm holding a sword.
Information about it:

I've scoured the internet specifically for the armbands they used (see attached photos, they look odd because they were heavily colorized), or anything related to the original movement in the 30's, and my question is if anyone knows if these even still exist or they were completely destroyed.
The original movement was relatively short lived, and because of that I wouldn't be surprised if there was very little amounts of armbands/party items produced.

There also exists a "Revival" group, Narodowe Odrodzenie Polski, which is the successor to the ONR since the 80s/90s until today. They of course use armbands with the logo, but I'm not looking for the "newly made" ones.

I decided to post this here instead of the "Buying/Selling forum" since I'm more interested in if anything from this party even exists. Thanks for any info.
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