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This KM sidecap emblem is new in my collect!!!

I think that it's a sidecap emblem for a Minesweeper or a Sperrbrecher.

Do you have more information on this emblem?

Do you know the name or the number of the KM ship wich used this emblem?



Emblem size: 34mm x 25mm



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To share with all you, i succeed to have information on WAF.

It's a 30. Minensuchflottille cap emblem:

30. Minensuchflottille

Aufgestellt am 15.3.1943 mit den Besatzungen

der 15. Minensuchflottille. ? Aufgel?st bei Kapitulation 1945.

? Admiral norwegische. Westk?ste ?


1943 - 45

Geleit- und Sicherungsdienst in Mittel- und S?dnorwegen


FKpt. Uebe

03.43 - 05.44

Kptlt. Fock (Joachim)

05.44 - 02.45

Kptlt. Muser

02.45 - 06.45

Zugeh?rige Einheiten:

M 266 M 407 M 446

M 291 M 416 M 456

M 348 M 427 M 489

M 437 M 496

Pic from an 30. Minensuchflottille album from the M 456


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