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  1. My on-line search of SS service numbers found no match to those found on a 1933 SS ground Rohm dagger I have (photos in the German Dagger Forum). The number on the dagger cross-guard is 12326, and on the scabbard is 12329. I believe the last number on one of the parts was inverted in error, but I don't know which one . Does anyone out there in 'Research Land' have info on a person with either of these assigned service numbers? Thanks! Scott
  2. Hello About two months ago, my second Cousin sent me some of her father's stuff that he brought back during the War. (There are photos of him on here in the family photo section.)Inside one package was a a Obershutze GvB tunic that. Family story was he gave the German POW food for it after he was captured during Operation Nordwind. I have her looking for the Bringback Certificate now. When I got it, the collar tabs and sleeve eagle were missing. I had the tunic verified as original by some US Waffen SS Collectors whose names all well known in the community. It is a definitely combat worn. I had the pocket resewn (was torn) the collar tabs and sleeve eagle resewn to complete the tunic (professional restorer who does stuff for the Ruptured Duck). I am quite happy with everything since it will most likely be the only WSS tunic that I will ever own. It was really neat that that this was found in my Great Uncle's attic after all of these years. I am working on getting some more stuff in the mail. I hope that all of you enjoy the pictures. BTW. The Badge locations on the pocket are exactly where the Soldier had them pinned through the pocket so yes they are that close.
  3. Gentlemen, What is the correct name for this SS device worn on the right hand side of the tunic? What was the purpose of it? Thank you Pierce
  4. I'm not a regular follower of this forum, but saw this picture on the WorldWar2today site (see below) and thought I'd ask: Surely someone can list Heydrich's decorations? http://ww2today.com
  5. Acquired at auction.Said to be of French manufacture.Do you think it's original? Thanks for looking. Steve
  6. Hey guys I have a favor to ask,could someone thats up to speed on SS postcard type photos drop me a PM?Thanks! Eric edit: My title seems a bit deceptive,sorry about that.....So here's a pic for your trouble, this is 1 of 5 that Rick did a bit of researching on about 10 years or so ago ..sorry about the stupid circles.
  7. Guys, Couple of kantine items yesterday. They look nice now they have been through the dishwasher. Jock
  8. I have the opportunity to purchase this piece and would appreciate opinions. Thank you.
  9. Several higher ranking SS generals had served in the police between the wars, prior to resuming their military service (Georg Keppler and Karl Maria Demelhuber, for example). Were SS and Police long service awards worn together on the medal and/or ribbon bar?
  10. Several higher ranking SS generals had served in the police between the wars, prior to resuming their military service (Georg Keppler and Karl Maria Demelhuber, for example). Were SS and Police long service awards worn together on the medal and/or ribbon bar?
  11. Hello Everyone, I've looked around for an answer to this but with no luck.. did women wear the old fighter chevron as Aufseherinnen? I know that many women made up the early membership of the Nazi party and it's only logical that some of them either volunteered for, or were drafted into the SS? What do you guys think? Or know about this? I began to wonder about it after looking at images from the "Auschwitz" album showing female members of the SS and after looking at images from Bergen-Belson (post-liberation) of the SS burying the dead. THANKS!
  12. Hello, Gentleman's. Need your opinion on this belt buckle. Thank You. Front.
  13. Guys, I just found this and it kind of made me laugh, so much stamping and control on the reverse, no wonder they lost! I would like to see the 'button police' inspectors auswies. It is three shots of the same button, its a bit tricky to capture on camera. Jock
  14. Hi all, Received this one lately. It's pretty worn and must have had quite a rough live. The blue's and white's have all faded to an even colour. All the parts are UV negative. The SS devise is a bit loose so I was able to make a photo of the ribbon colour behind the device - the ribbon has less faded behind the device than the rest showing remains of the original colour, matching the contours of the device - also the device has left an imprint in the cloth. Opinions? Regards, Peter
  15. Gents Painted helmet and probably post war etched K98. Bayonet is very nice though, very shiny.
  16. SS-Gruppenführer Reinhard Heydrich Born: 7th Mar 1904 Died: 4th Jun 1942 - as a result of wounds received during an assassination attempt by Czech Agents. Highest Rank: SS-Obergruppenführer und General der Polizei Chef SD-Hauptamt / RSHA Stellv. Reichsprotektor, Bohmen und Mahren Chaired the Wannsee Conference in 1942 Image: Letter to a Gestapo member
  17. I always believed that this skull was 'only' a swimming badge, for open sea swimmers ....................
  18. I have shown these two bars before on other sites and wanted to share them here also for those of you who do not use other sites A pair of SS Polizei ribbon bars purchased separately. And brought together by chance. With the Hindenburg Cross not having any swords on it, one would assume this guy was never awarded the Iron Cross 2nd Class, So from what we see on the longer formal occasion ribbon bar, is a high ranking officer with all 3 flower war campaign medals, had duties at the Olympic games, was an activist in Danzig and was awarded the Danzig Cross medal, being a high ranker he would have had to travel and would have been pally with the Italians during the intimate bonding period of the late 1930's between Mussolini's Italy and Hitler's Germany. The military field bar, most likely worn on his every day wear police/ss uniform, shows he was awarded the Iron Cross in WWI, was still possibly a non-combatant in a civil role. Took part in all the flower wars campaigns and was in the Danzig Freikorps. A true post WWI militant and Nationalist. Construction of these bars i'd say was done by Godet. With quality of these bars, in particular the militant bar, the deterioration is not through poor manufacture, but through physical wear.
  19. Bonjour, Can anyone identify the second ribbonbar, it seems recognize: 1- Commendatore dell’Ordine dei Santi Maurizio e. Lazzaro, 2- Commendatore dell’Ordine della Corona d’Italia, ??? 3- ??? 4- ??? 5- Bulgaria order ??? Crdl Thierry
  20. Gents I got this portrait and I have some questions. I think he is an SS Leader but why are his sleeveband and his collar tabs white ? Please enlighten me.
  21. These are not a pair. Brought in to be Epsonized by the Traveling Museum--afraid none of us know about Such Things. Allgemeine SS Standarte 32 (Heidelberg)
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