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  1. Hello all, I am just wondering if anyone has ever come across a set of embroidered WW2 British General battledress crossed sword and baton insignia. If not, is there any supplier that can faithfully recreate this insignia. Attached is a picture of Monty’s insignia for reference of what I am specifically looking for. Cheers Marcus
  2. Im Pete, i thought someone might be interested to see my Luftwaffe medical Lieutenants cap and leather Greatcoat.
  3. Here are mine, be interested to see others and perhaps more complete, what was the criteria for these things and was there certificates, cheers, Paul
  4. Hi Gents, a friend of mine asked me for help, but I wasn´t able to tell him what this is. Maybe someone knows it? Every help appreciated. Kind regards Andreas
  5. Hi everyone! I'm doing research on Kriegsmarine epaulets. I found this page on a set of Kriegsmarine Lieutenant Zur See epaulets and I would like to find the title and author of that book. Any guesses? I've tried searching the image on google, as well as random phrases of the page to see what will pop up....nothing. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. This is something we do not see every day. I think that this COULD be a lower level officer candidate- or simply a tailor made EM tab.
  7. Hi gents, I got this nice little badge, the medals were sold to somebody else. Is it possible to assign it to a submarine? Every help appreciated. Regards Andreas
  8. Guys, Possibly post war but appears to be a tie or collar pin.
  9. Guys, I never knew these things were marked on the reverse, no wonder they lost the war! A few of the gold ones are RZM marked with contract M1/153. Like who would even look behind a pip?
  10. This may not be the proper forum but I can't find one more suitable: Wilhelm II was promoted (!) Field Marshal in 1900; What army rank did he hold at the time of his promotion? His father Friedrich III had been a Field Marshal, promoted after his victory at Sedan in the Franco-Prussian War but his grandfather, Wilhelm I, had never assumed that rank, remaining a Colonel General with the rank of Field Marshal, wearing the crossed batons with three gold four pointed stars (pips) within the arms of the batons. Well, OK. There's the rationale for posting in this forum: 'Rank insignia, wearing of'. Anyone?
  11. Guys, I assume this is wrong as I can't find any reference to this abbreviation. It is a black backing with grey thread none of which glows up on UV. I suppose these are for the re- enactment type folk? I don't really like the lettering with regards to the T and the L in Großdeutschland. It was free so it would have been rude to say no but I thought it may be of use for reference to copies.
  12. Noel and I went to a local militaria show today. I was able to luck out and find these two insignia for a very reasonable price. The L.Bau was a small civil engineering organization within the Luftwaffe. Very little is known about this group of officials, other than their uniforms were made of stripped LW uniform parts(jackets and headgear), with the L.Bau eagle affixed to the arm. I've never seen a complete uniform in person before. The LG eagle is one that is referenced as an unknown organization. Maybe one day, its purpose will be discovered.
  13. I have acquired a badge for an Austrian Great War Red Cross Volunteer: "FREIW. HILFSKRANKENPFLEGERIN" Vom Roten Kreuze. The reverse is marked 'F.Orth Wien' and the number '1749' Other than the fact that these volunteers assisted with the wounded as they arrived back home, can anyone cast light on this organization. And, pushing my luck, what are the chances that there is a registry of the numbers? Any help much appreciated. Peter
  14. I have just managed to add the last in the series of Assmann breast eagles, for the white summer uniform (Burst-Hoheitsadler für weissen rock), to the collection. It's taken some time as most of Assmann's zinc examples found in the market place are of late war manufacture, and the later they are, the poorer the detail/condition seems to become. Luckily, this one is nice and early and has held its detail and overall condition. I'll post the series in chronological order...the latest zinc addition being, of course, last. First up: 1st pattern (droop tail) in tombak by F.W. Assmann & Söhne Ludenscheid....as seen in the Assmann catalogue. 2nd pattern in aluminium "A - DRGM" marked 2nd pattern in zinc "A" marked
  15. Hi all, These ones came in a few days ago. They look like unworn Ostvolk Generalmajor shoulder boards. Any thoughts on these? Regards. Peter
  16. The photos and portraits are not easy to 'read'. Did the first Kaiser, Wilhelm 1, wear the crossed batons insignia of a field marshal, or rather, the insignia of a senior general (Generaloberst) with the rank of a field marshal? He is not listed in the online list of Prussian field marshals.
  17. Gents, here is an aluminium unmarked Heer parachutist badge with all hardware intact for your comments please:
  18. Gentlemen: I haven't been here in a while. In 2013 both my parents committed suicide and I hooked up with a fake publicity firm that took me for $40,000. I never spoke about my personal issues here, but I have Meniere's disease, an incurable autoimmune disorder that keeps me housebound, and I have PTSD. Both conditions are worsened by stress. For seven months my fake publicists sent me supportive e-mails "helping" me through the endless series of crises, when in reality they were monitoring my blog to judge when I was at my lowest emotional and mental ebb. They double billed me, charged me for services not rendered, and made promises they didn't keep. Ultimately PayPal refunded me $9000, since I documented everything. You can go to my Website and read the "About" page. It has a link to the story. Not a single media outlet in the United States nor a single law-enforcement agency responded when I told them what had happened, so the criminals will get away scot-free. Until they con the wrong person. I've spoken to a quite terrifiying man from Montana, a state where they believe in frontier justice. Hopefully I've talked him out of his plan. But now I have to start my writing career over from scratch, since the two books that the fake publicists pretended to market are now dead. I have a new book that's part of the trilogy that I wrote, but I need Amazon reviews of my previous books. Some of you have read my books or know others who have. German Flamethrower Pioneers of World War I. Flamethrower Troops of World War I: The Central and Allied Powers. German Assault Troops of World War I: Organization, Tactics, Weapons, Equipment Orders of Battle, and Uniforms. Every review will help immensely. I'll be eternally grateful if you take the time to write one or ask people who've read the books to write one. Before this happened, I'd begun collecting photos for Assault Troops of World War I: The Central, Allied, and Neutral Powers. It's on hold now as I try to rebuild, but no reason why you shouldn't see a little taste. Did you know that the Germans fielded visorless helmets in 1917? They're rare, but I have photos of them. They copied them from the Austrians, who first began wearing their helmets backwards and then cut off the visors. Visorless helmet with cloth camouflage cover.
  19. I hope I have this under the appropriate section. This is a Uboat Veteran pin I picked up. I think it looks good. It varies from the one shown in Mr. Gordon Williamson's Torpedo Los Book. Page 387. I think it is a good one. What say you? Thanks for looking and commenting. Best Regards, JustinG
  20. Anyone ever heard of an insignia/equipment maker or metal working firm by the name of Schorp out of Stuttgart?
  21. Hi Guys I am looking for information about arm patches and emblems used by zeppelins crew on felduniforms. Could You help me to find some references about this? any book titles where I can find informations, or maybe You have some eqsamples of patches which You could show here?? I want also identify these two patches. This guys are from hauptmann von Quast team, and they was flying on Zeppelin ZIV I am also looking for information about zeppelin base in Diwitten near Allenstein Big thanks Michal
  22. What would be the difference between a WWI and a WWII sanitates armband other than a Nazi period markings? Ed
  23. Hi all! This award is authentic or fake? Thanks in advance. Sorry photo from mobile phone....
  24. When were enameled officer Guard stars introduced for wear on Foot Guard officer and General officer pickelhauben? Were earlier versions without enameling? I am particularly interested in the version of this worn during the 1870-71 war.
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