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Any ideas what its for and what the initials mean?

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Mere guessing, "A" could be for Arbeiter, one "T" could be for Turn or Turnfest?

--dj--Joe

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Thanks Joe, I should think arbeiter would probably be the last A, The V may be verband, the T the same guess a youself.

I've just been through my 1992 Heering/Husken again, and can't find it there.

Regards,

Pete

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I've been through all my references as well & can't come up with anything close. As Joe said AT was often used for Arbeiter Turner. I agree that it's likely that the V was for verband but the extra A......

Cheers

Don

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Thanks Don,

Aussland??? If thats how you spell it.

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