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militaria item Liberation of the Saarland 'tinnie'
- German
This commemorates the moment when Adolf Hitler ordered his troops to occupy the Saarland, hitherto under French control. The French army offered no resistance and, to compound matters, meekly packed up and left, offering the Reich its first bloodless victory!
£25.00
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militaria item NRSL sports badge, bronze eagle
- German
These were worn by the National Sports League as qualification badges on sports vests and singlets. A variation of this badge (on a somewhat larger scale, with Olympic rings beneath) was worn by the German Olympic team. The National Sports League would have involved all athletics.
£30.00
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militaria item NS Studentenbund sports vest eagle
- German
This is perhaps one of the rarest of the sports vest eagles. The Studentenbund took over from where the HJ left off, principally for university students. The belt buckle is certainly one of the hardest to find. The eagle is 12.5cm across the wing span and would appear to be machine woven mercised cotton, off white on a dark blue ground.
£75.00
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militaria item Senior diplomat's cap insignia
- German
This mis-matched set is from the dark blue visor cap of the senior elements of the state officials and diplomatic corps, eg ambassadors. People like Ribbentrop and Constantin von Neurath can be seen in photos wearing this insignia. It was introduced for the diplomatic corps in 1938 on a black visor cap, a summer version being in white.
£180.00
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militaria item Teilnehmer DRL Fachamt Eissport badge, Berlin
- German
This badge was awarded for participation in the World Masters Ice Skating Competition in Berlin in 1938, remarkable for not having a swastika in sight, pride of place being taken by the Berlin bear! The inner ring of lettering (ie on the red) says: 'Eiskunstlauf-Weltmeisterschaften'.
£45.00
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Its fabulous!!...in the condition I'm always looking for... and as with all the other bayonets I've bought from you in the past I'm more than happy with it!!

S A, UK, 12.07.2013

Just letting you know that the whistle arrived here this morning safe and sound. Your excellent packaging was still totally intact and it took me all of five minutes to break into it to see my purchase. I am very pleased, it is a great whistle.

R C, Australia, 21.12.2012

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