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These things were posted in WAF. From a man, who was in the Brigade Ehrhardt im Verband SS in 1934. What is with the skull on the black material? Could it be a kind of commemorative sleeve skull, which showed that the member was in the Sturmkompanie in past?

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And here's Bernhard Reddemann in the background, the big guy with a notebook and pencil, his overcoat on his shoulder. The flamethrower is the Kleif M.1914. Notice that he doesn't have a Totenkopf sle

IR92 tankard lid............

Brunswick HR17 flask...............(with Prussian skull !!)

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Robin,

Would like to get your opinion on a skull cavalry (Husar) pennant being shown on the WAF. Here is the address of the page.

http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/forums/showthread.php?p=4916061&posted=1#post4916061

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RR5 marks are bogus .................... but looks like it could be an original LHR 2 pennon.

Thanks Robin, but wouldn't you think that such a thing would have legitimate imperial markings on it?

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