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IMG_20191005_143342.thumb.jpg.8d85452acfc25eb91a7a8df23a17e6f9.jpgimage.thumb.png.4555d8d4574e9ab53eecb7c682a0b95b.pngThis is obviously a handgefertigt cap badge. I isolated the image from the overseas cap it is attached to. 5th flotilla seems to have been some schizophrenic Flotilla where it concerns its emblems - there's among others known a red seahorse on a green background, which I will try to show tomorrow.

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8 hours ago, bolewts58 said:

This seems to be Third Reich, not Imperial German. So, why is it posted here?

Because sometimes people make miss-takes.

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9 hours ago, IJSBEER said:

Because sometimes people make miss-takes.

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Of course. But, why continue to be mistaken by posting another badge here? You would have better luck posting this in the proper forum:

Germany: Third Reich: Uniforms, Headwear, Insignia & Equipment

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