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membership lapel tinnie of the Nazi Christian's association-yes there was one.

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membership lapel tinnie of the Nazi Christian's association-yes there was one.

Thank you Ulsterman for the quick ID.

I think I have some tinnies of that organization lying around.

I will find them and post them soon so everyone can see.

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Thank you Ulsterman for the quick ID.

I think I have some tinnies of that organization lying around.

I will find them and post them soon so everyone can see.

German Christian Church Movement

3rd National Conference

Eisenach, Oct 10-12, 1936

German Christian National Church Movement

4th National Conference

Eisenach, Oct 9-11, 1937

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IMHO Fritz Zimmermann did some of the nicest red pebbling work of all. I have one of their party badges M1/72. Thanks to all for showing and have a nice weekend. Robert

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How many variations of these exist?

--dj--Joe

Edited by --dj--Joe

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Joe,

H?sken list 5 enamels I think from various branches of the DC, but there are several non enamels as well.

Cheers

Don

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Thanks Don, e-militaria, Gold Party Pin Guy and all who have contributed to this thread, I appreciate getting a chance to view all of these.

Not an item I have run across yet.

--dj--Joe

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I recently came across one of these, being sold simply as a tinnie & only a few dollars :whistle:

Cheers

Don

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membership lapel tinnie of the Nazi Christian's association-yes there was one.

Kind of an ironic piece wouldn't you say, considering the pagan revival going on in the NSDAP, SS and other circles. From my understanding there was no place for Christians in the Third Reich amongst the elites. Sure the old Prussian Army Officers were devout, but beyond that not so much. I would love to hear some more info on these as I have never seen one before. The enamels are especially nice pieces!

Later,

Pat

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