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I apologise if this is the wrong area, but I have a photo with a guy wearing a badge with an anchor which I am unable to identify & hoped that someone here may know.

I can identify the other badges (Party badge, Reichsbund Deutscher Seegeltung & a NS Deutscher Marinebund breast eagle), but the other one I'm unfamiliar with.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

Cheers

Don

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Hello!

Look at Gordon Williamson Book TORPEDO Los page 386.This is an U-Boat Badge from Austrian.

All the best

Morten.

The Austo-Hungarian U-Boat badge as illustrated on page 386 in Gordon's book.

Hope this is ok Gordon ?

BTW,great photo Don.You do not see many images with this badge in wear.

Regards,Martin.

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