Waffen SS

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  • Tropical equipment belt size 95


    A perfect tropical belt in mint condition. The size is 95 cm which is a perfect mannequin size. The belt is minty and impossible to upgrade.

  • Heer Cavalry Y-straps


    Rare pair of period converted lightweight Y-straps for Cavalry use. This model was issued to cavalry troops from 1940 onwards. They are of the same design as the lightweight model as used by the Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine but feature auxiliary side straps with D-rings and two vertical D-rings on the back. These small changes where made so the saddle bag can be worn on the back. Rare cavalry Y-strap!

  • Heer/Luftwaffe Sumpftarn sniper gloves


    A fantastic pair of Sumpftarn sniper gloves in combat worn condition. I’ve seen many mint examples but this is the only ever pair I’ve seen in obviously field used condition. These gloves show loads of patina and are perfect for a combat mannequin. You can find a mint pair – but you’ll be looking for years if you want a nice used pair like this.

  • Heer/Luftwaffe hooded ’43 Sumpftarn sniper smock


    Nice original ’43 Sumpftarn sniper smock. Late war smock designed for wear and use by Scharfschützen in all branches of the Wehrmacht. The smock is in good worn condition and has a number of small holes and one large repair which are typical for a thin garment worn in densely wooded areas. The smock is a nice size fitting most if not all mannequins. The smock is complete with both of its drawstrings and has shortened sleeves. A very nice surely combat worn smock with strong and vibrant colours which would be very hard to upgrade for a combat mannequin!

  • Unique photographs Knights Cross ceremony Oberfeldwebel Friedrich Hengstler 3./Geb.J.Rgt. 98


    Unique photo set of the Knights Cross ceremony of Oberfeldwebel Friedrich Hengstler on 12.9.1941. Hengstler served as Zugführer in 3. Kompanie Gebirgsjäger Regiment 98 and was awarded the Knights Cross because took over the leadership of his company during the most dangerous attack of enemy forces. Despite being heavily wounded he managed to stop the Soviet advance, had his unit counterattack the enemy and secured the left flank of his battaillon. This is his personal set off pictures of the award ceremony. These pictures are unique!

  • Set of pictures of Fieseler Storch Von Schlippenbach KG200


    A nice set of pictures of a Fieseler Storch and a group of officers of Kampfgeschwader 200. One of them is named Von Schlippenbach.

  • Late war Heer rucksack in blue canvas marked 0/0125/0035


    A late war, blue rucksack intended to be worn on the Y-straps. This rucksack is in mint condition and would be a very nice addition to any equipment collection. The rucksack is nicely marked 0/0125/0035 on the reverse. The brown and black leather is in good supple condition.

  • Early M31 Heer Splittertarn Zeltbahn named Herzebrock


    Stunning named M31 Heer Zeltbahn in very good condition. Nicely named DAK Herzebrock. This is the first one I’ve seen named like this. A very nice example!

  • Stunning converted EM M34 field blouse for a Leutnant in 5./IR.111 Holland/Belgium/France


    Stunning untouched Heer M34 tunic with full wartime sewn insignia for a Leutnant der Infanterie Regiment 111 – 35. Infanteriedivision. The garment is in very good condition retaining most if not all of the nap in the wool. The garment is a period converted EM tunic which most probably makes this a field tunic. The M34 model can be recognized with the open back and the the waist ties. The garment is nicely unit marked to Infanterie Regiment 111 inside the garment – matching with the shoulder boards. The garment is a perfect garment for a 1940 display sporting shoulder boards and markings for Infanterie Regiment 111 – a unit which fought hard in the 1940 campaign in the south of the Netherlands. Very hard to find a historic tunic like this, it would be a very nice base for a combat mannequin! Please find below a short description of the 1940 battles and places where this tunic most probably went in 1940.

    On May 10 1940, at 05:35 hours IR 111 via Merkstein – Herzogenrath – Noppenberg – Wilhelm Schacht – Grube Nordstern ahead crossed the Dutch border. The border fortifications at Kerkrade, Heerlen and Valkenburg were broken against light resistance only. At 06:10 Kerkrade was in German hands and the railways facilities there were taken without damages. Both advance guards proceeded forwards. At 09:15 hours the first great obstacle, the Juliana Canal, was reached but all the bridges were already blown there. At 11:00 hours with strong artillery support, both frontline regiments got across it. Leaving Maastricht and Lanaeken behind the IR 111 reached the Petersheimer wood’s easthern edge with its frontline battalions. The wood was free of enemies so several recce patrols were sent towards the Albert Canal. By midnight both infantry regiments (IR 111 and IR 34) were deployed along it. On May 11 1940, during afternoon hours and after hard fighting, the division’s troops could get across the Albert Canal; hence within 48 hours the 35 ID had overcame all the water’s obstacles (four) laying ahead its march routes and the first attack’s objective, the road Bilsen – Maartenslinde, was reached. 

    The whole day the enemy carried out aerial raids, british, french and belgian planes, all of them were rejected by our own Flak (antiaircraft guns). This fact delayed the heavy guns’ advance hampering its march towards the front. On May 12 1940, the motorized elements resumed its march at 05:00 hours getting across the Juliana Canal, the Meuse and the Meuse Canal.

    Along the road they found also the infantry columns and its vehicles, up to 2/3 of them were composed of belgian and dutch cars, besides there were little charts and horses also. The “landsers” carried their machineguns, ammunitions boxes and assault tools even in baby carriages. Speaking on their mood and discipline, they marched with unfasten collars and rolled up sleeves, looking for any relief for the burning sun and the dust. 

    The night from 14 to 15 may 1940 went quietly; on May 15 1940 at 09:00 hours one panzer division (3 Pz) supported by one aerial corps launched an assault against the Dyle position (Dylestellung). The sky was full of stukas, Do-17 and fighters. Around nightfall came the orders for the next day.

    On May 16 1940, the movement proceeded with the Dyle crossing. At 08:00 hours resumed its march having the task of covering the division’s right flank. At 11:00 hours St. martin was reached without enemy actions. After leaving behind the Dyle’s battlefield the detachment reached Baissy-Thy. Tank alarm!. Three enemy tanks were put out of action by antitanks cannons but one of the crews was either killed or wounded in turn; one of the light armored vehicle (panzerspähwagen) caught fire also.

    The recce patrols sent ahead reported around 60 tanks patrolling on the road to Nivelles and they stood there (Banterlez) in the evening. Meanwhile as the IR 111 was approaching Chastre could see the French troops’ withdrawal so according division’s orders strong recce patrols were sent against Ferme del Croix and Ferme Sartage; the IR 34 followed near the IR 111.

    On may 20 1940, the mission was to move forward to the river Escaut in order to established a bridgehead at Antoing – Tournai. The AA 35 had reached the river by Ramecroix. In that town the Germans could see a destroyed English column, parts of vehicles mixed with human remains were littered all over the ground. The Detachment got heavy artillery fire and should retreat towards Pipaix.

    That very day the Schelde crossing began; it was the hardest day of the whole the campaign. The IR 109 crossed by Antoing and the IR 111 did the same by Peronnes; both frontline battalions could establish two little bridgeheads against English elite troops. Due to strong counterattacks, supported by tanks and artillery fire, the bridgeheads were lost; nevertheless, the IR 109 could maintain one little strong hold on the far river bank.

    On May 21 1940, the AA remained at Pipaix while the IR 111 could get across the river Escaut establishing a bridgehead. The Division took up defensive positions and also stood fast next day (22 May).

    On May 23 1940, the order to carry out the reconnaissance towards Fontenay. As a result, it was known that the enemy had already retreated from the water line leaving its positions behind. A serviceable shuttle was found at Fontenay. The large grey columns proceeded slowly ahead. That very afternoon, the 35 ID had reached the French-Belgian border line.

    On May 24 1940, at 06:00 hours the unit proceeded its march to Antoing, where the Abteilung crossed the Escaut. The British troops followed its withdrawal through Tournai heading to Templeuves. At every village and crossroads, the Germans found obstacles and blocking positions.

    On May 25 1940, the cyclist squadron (radfahr-schwadron) relieved the infantry and by dawn that infantry regiment had proceeded its march as a whole. A hard task: to ward a two kilometer frontline, in its front Scottish troops. The officers were uneasy, however the day went quite calm, in spite of during the night there were alarms and own artillery fire.

    On May 26 1940, at dawn antitank alarm; a Recce Patrol of five men was detached to deal with, but in reaching the spot, reported it was an old out of service truck. At noon and evening, heavy aerial attacks against Lille and Roubaix. Around 22:00 the 253 ID came serving as replacements.

    A stunning untouched Heer Infanterie Leutnant in Infanterie Regiment 111 field blouse that would incredibly hard to upgrade!

  • Textbook M43 Heer Infanterie Unteroffizier combat tunic


    Textbook original Heer M43 combat tunic for a Unteroffizier der Infanterie. The tunic retains fully machine sewn insignia and a set of period applied award loops. The garment is in good, used condition and is named inside the rayon lining at the hight of the collar. The garment comes with a very nice and hard to find pair of shoulderstraps for a Unteroffizier der Infanterie in very good condition with matching subdued(!) tresse.

  • German helmet liner drawstring


    Hard to find spare in good used condition. Often missing from many helmets, this is a perfect addition to a helmet with some patina.

  • Tabbed aluminum Heer belt buckle marked R. Sieper & Sohne


    A nice aluminum Heer belt buckle marked R. Sieper & Sohne Lüdenscheid 1939. Hard to find in good condition with most of the original paint remaining!

  • Mint condition Luger P.08 holster marked DKK 42


    A minty P.08 Luger holster marked DKK42 indicating production by Friedrich Offermann u. Söhne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg. Impossible to upgrade.

  • Scarce original MP44 magazine pouch


    A rare original and textbook MP44 pouch in very good, lightly used condition. This pouch is usually bcb 44 indicating production by Otto Graf, Leipzig. Even during the war these mag pouches where scarce and veteran accounts often note that they received just one magazine and often no pouch.
    The pouch is to be worn on the right side and can easily be combined with a holster or mapcase. The pouch is in great condition and would be a exceptional and textbook attribute a late war mannequin!

  • Heer Panzer tunic for a Leutnant der Panzer Instandsetzungs Abteilung


    Stunning original Heer tunic for a Leutnant der Panzertruppen in a Instandsetzungs Abteilung. The highly decorated garment is nearly completely untouched. The breast eagle is in my opinion resewn but the loops on the left and right(!) breast pockets are original to the tunic. The garment would be a stunning base for a award display. The right breast pocket indicates it was once adorned with a DKIG or Deutsches Kreuz in Gold. The collar tabs and shoulder boards are original to the tunic and show the cypher for the Panzer Instandsetzungstruppen. Very hard to find Panzer officers tunic with many wartime sewn loops – perfect for a award display!

  • K98 bayonet 44 asw with frog marked 1/0750/0114


    A very nice bayonet marked 44 asw indicating production by E. & F. Höerster, Stahl u. Metallwarenfabrik, Solingen. The bayonet has never been sharpened or reblued. The bayonet comes together in its original 1/0750/0114 marked frog. This set has always been together and is in very good, lightly worn condition! The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 3014 and has nice clean red bakelite grips. The bayonet is in good uncleaned, unsharpened and matching (!) condition.

  • M44 Heer field blouse with shoulder straps and printed breast eagle


    Nice original Heer M44 field blouse with matching shoulderstraps. The garment has a typical original insignia setup with a set of late war grey Einheitslitzen and a printed breast eagle which are neatly restored. The garment is in near mint condition and comes with a set of belt hooks and shoulderstraps with yellow Waffenfarbe for Nachrichten. Textbook late war garment in near mint condition with a rare printed breast eagle and matching shoulderstraps!

  • M40 NCO Heer Pionier Unteroffizier shoulderstraps


    A very nice pair of M40 Heer NCO shoulder boards for a Unteroffizier der Pioniertruppen with subdued (!) tresse.

  • First pattern hidden stitch Y-straps dated 1943


    Hard to find 1943 dated Y-straps in nice used condition. The Y-strap is nice and supple and would be a nice addition to any early mannequin!

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked CLC 43


    Hard to upgrade matching bayonet marked clc44  indicating production by Richard Abr. Herder, Solingen. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial H5278 and has nice clean bakelite grips. The bayonet is in very good uncleaned and matching condition with a original late war skeleton frog.

  • Infantry assault badge in bronze üü Wiedmann


    Fantastic original infantry assault badge or Infanterie Sturmabzeichen marked üü indicating production by Wiedmann. The badge retains virtually all of its original bronze finish and is the best one I’ve had to offer yet. The badge is a very nice and variant with typical hardware for this maker.

  • Clear mapcase insert


    Clear mapcase insert. These where issued with map cases and used to keep maps dry in the rain and folded on the right place. These where also used to draw on to the smooth see through surface to keep the maps unmarked.

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked P. Weyersberg 1939


    Hard to upgrade matching bayonet marked P. Weyersberg 1939 ndicating production by Paul Weyersberg u. Co., Waffenfabrik, Solingen. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 3747b and has nice clean bakelite grips. The bayonet is in very good uncleaned, unsharpened and matching (!) condition.

  • Clear mapcase insert


    Clear mapcase insert. These where issued with map cases and used to keep maps dry in the rain and folded on the right place. These where also used to draw on to the smooth see through surface to keep the maps unmarked.

  • EU-Deactivated P38 CYQ complete with mint holster JWA


    Nice and fully matching numbers original Spreewerk made P38 deactivated to the new EU specifications with proofmarks and certificate. The P38 can be cocked and has a moving trigger and hammer. The magazine is detachable and nicely marked P38. The grips are lightly used but undamaged. A very nice near mint holster marked JWA 4 indicating production by Moritz Stecher, Lederwerk, FreiburgVery nice completely matching display piece!

  • Heer Infantry shoulder boards for a Hauptmann Infanterie Regiment 80


    A great pair of original shoulder boards for a Oberleutnant inInfanterie Regiment 76. IR76 was a part of the 34. Infanterie Division which was formed in 1936 and entered the war in Poland in 1940 followed by battles in Luxemburg, Belgium and France. In 1941 the conquest to the eastern front began and later they where moved to Italy where they where used as a coastal defense unit near Col-de-Ferro, Grimaldi, Ventimiglia and San Remo.

  • Heer Infantry shoulder boards for a Hauptmann Infanterie Regiment 80


    A great pair of original shoulder boards for a Oberleutnant inInfanterie Regiment 76. IR76 was a part of the 34. Infanterie Division which was formed in 1936 and entered the war in Poland in 1940 followed by battles in Luxemburg, Belgium and France. In 1941 the conquest to the eastern front began and later they where moved to Italy where they where used as a coastal defense unit near Col-de-Ferro, Grimaldi, Ventimiglia and San Remo. A very nice lightly worn shoulder boards with loads of patina!

  • Stunning salty shoulderstraps of a Waffen-SS Hauptsturmführer der Infanterie-Truppen


    A very nice pair of shoulder boards for a Waffen-SS Hauptsturmführer der Infanterie. The shoulder boards are nicely bordered with white wool indicating Infantry. A Hauptsturmführer being a officer serving on the front lines with the men it is really nice to see this set in salty and obviously combat worn condition. Exceptional set.

  • CXN marked MGZ scope with original eyecup


    Stunning tan MGZ40 sight for the MG34 and MG42 Lafette. The sight is clear and in working condition. The rear lens in the eyepiece has a crack, but is still serviceable. Otherwise the lenses are 100% usable. The original rubber eyecup is still present. Perfect usable piece in full original finish!

  • Eastern front death card SS Rottenführer Totenkopf


    Death card of SS Rottenführer Hans Raith. Killed in action in Dolmatowka / Krassnoje Schwarzes Meer /
    Michajlowka südl.Chersson/Kaganowitschi. Raith was 21 years old and was killed 1.8.1943 in Dolmatowka and is missing.

  • Westfront death card 10.11.44 Morville France


    Death card of Unteroffizer und Zugführer Berhnard Toppmöller. Killed in action in Morville, Belgium. Toppmöller was 37 years old and was killed 10.11.1944 in Morville and is buried in Andilly. 

  • Luftwaffe Wehrpass KG27 Boelcke


    Nice original Wehrpass to Oberfeldwebel Alfred Herrmann, 1. Kompanie Kampfgeschwader Boelcke nr. 27. Hermann served from 1938 to 1945 in Kampfgeschwader Boelcke which saw its first service in September 1939 in Poland. He was awarded the Sudeten Errinnerungsmedaille, KVK2 and Medaille Kreuz Zeug gegen Kommunismus.

  • Tropical Coconut canteen marked HRE 41


    A nicely used coconut canteen marked HRE 41 indicating production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen. The canteen is in good used condition together with its HRE41 marked cup. Hard to upgrade textbook coconut canteen!

  • Pre war A-frame bag


    Dated 1938, very hard to upgrade with all aluminum hardware.

  • Late war LP42 flare pistol marked wa 184419


    A nice late war Leuchtpistole 42 or LP42 flare pistol. Nicely marked wa indicating production by Waffenfabrik Hugo Schneider AG, Leipzig. The pistol still retains the original red brown grips, wartime finish on the metal and has not been refinished or reissued postwar. The serial is 184419. Very nice example!

    These flare guns are legal and free to own without permit in the Netherlands for everyone over 18 years of age. Please conduct your local laws before purchasing this product. I can only ship this item within the Netherlands.

  • Sanitäter pouch insert


    A very nice original cardboard insert for the Sanitäter pouches. Very hard to find spare and often missing!

  • Sanitäter pouches W. Homann Berlin


    A nice pair of Sanitäter pouches by produced by W. Homann Berlin. The pouches are complete with their original paper labels which are often missing.

  • M31 Messkit marked L&SL 1936


    A very nice L&SL 36  marked M31 messkit indicating production by Linnepe & Schiffer, Lüdenscheid. A very nice pre war messkit with 95% of its original factory paint remaining, very hard to find a better one!

  • NS64 M35 Heer handpainted geometrical camouflage helmet


    Nice original early M40 Heer geometrical camouflage helmet marked NS64 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The helmet is a nice example of a combat worn early Heer M40 helmet with a reinforced aluminum liner and a worn handpainted camouflage pattern with lots of patina. The helmet retains its factory paint and decal which is topped off with a nice handpainted three-tone camouflage pattern which has the decal peaking through the paint. The helmet retains its liner and chinstrap which are original to the helmet. The helmet is a very nice example of a very early M40 helmet which has been throughout the war and has a nice camouflage pattern to it at a very good price!

  • Wehrpass 4. Panzerdivision Poland/France/Italy


    Nice Wehrpass to Kurt Hühne, Unteroffizier in Schutzen Regiment 12, 4. Panzerdivision. The Wehrpass indicates Kurt took part in the following battles;

    1939 – Poland invasion
    1940 – France
    1943 – southern France
    1943 – Italy
    1944 – Italian invasion area

    Kurt was shot through the lung on 18th of September 1939, awarded the Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz and the Kriegsverdienstkreuz mit Schwerter 2. Klasse.

    All in all a very nice Wehrpass with a impressive list of attended battles and a great base for further resource.

  • Mint iron cross second class marked 40 – Berg & Nolte


    Mint Iron cross second class or Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse. Nicely marked 40 indicating production by Berg & Nolte. The cross retains most of its original finish, paint and ribbon. Very nice textbook example.

  • Infantry assault badge Schauerte und Höhfeld


    Nice original hollow Infantry assault badge in silver or Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber. Unmarked but the design indicates production by Schauerte und Höhfeld.

  • Panzer assault badge in bronze by Frank & Reif


    Nice original Panzer assault badge or Panzerkampfabzeichen in Bronze. The badge is nicely marked Frank & ReifTypical hardware – a textbook badge for Panzergrenadierein great condition.

  • Infantry assault badge Schickle


    Nice original hollow Infantry assault badge in silver or Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber. Unmarked but the design indicates production by Schickle.

  • General assault badge Alois Rettenmaier


    A very nice original general assault badge or Allgemeines Sturmabzeichen. Nice example with 99% of its original finish remaining. Unmarked but most made by Alois Rettenmaier.

  • Infantry assault badge Rudolf Karneth


    Nice original infantry assault badge or Infanterie Sturmabzeichen by Rudolf Karneth. The badge is in good lightly used condition with most of its original finish remaining.

  • Heer EM M42 field blouse


    Nice original Heer EM M42 field blouse in very good condition. Still retaining most of the nap in the wool and not shortened or tailored. The blouse has a neatly restored set of machine sewn Einheitslitzen and machine resewn breast eagle.

  • Pre war Heer belt and buckle


    Nice original named belt and buckle.

  • EF66 M35 Heer double decal helmet in unissued condition


    A double decal Heer M35 helmet in unissued condition. The helmet is marked EF66 indicating production by Emaillierwerke A.G., Fulda. The reinforced liner is original to the helmet and comes with a nice and clear 1939 domestamp. The chinstrap is nicely marked 1940. The helmet still retains 99% of its original Pocher decals and paint. Very hard to find a EF M35 helmet with factory Pocher decals!  I picked the helmet straight out of the woodwork – this is the best one I’ve ever found in Germany! The helmet is truly one of the best apple green M35 helmets that I’ve seen out there and would be a crown in any helmet collection. Simply a textbook M35 in the best possible condition – for sure the best one on the market today!

  • Heer Stone grey M36 trousers


    Rare pre war stone grey Heer M36 trousers dated 1938. The trousers are in very good used, not a bused condition. If you’re looking for a textbook pair in very good used condition; this is it.

  • Short Pioneer shovel or Minierspaten


    Rare short German pioneer shovel or Minierspaten. This short type was issued to the Sturmpioniere, as they only required short shovels to bury mines. These shovels came in three separate lengths, this one being the rarest.

  • Berchtesgaden Death Card KIA 8.5.45 SS-Rottenführer


    Original death card to SS-Rottenführer Markus Müller born 7.12.1919 and killed in action 8.5.1945 in Berchtesgaden. Killed in action on the day the Americans seized Berchtesgaden.

  • Luftwaffe blue webbing K98 bayonet frog


    Scarce early Luftwaffe tropical k98 bayonet frog. The frog is in very good, lightly work condition. Textbook construction and very hard to upgrade.

  • Wehrpass ObGf. Normandy, Lothringen, Oberrhein 243 ID


    Nice Wehrpass to Josef Mouhler, Pionier in Pionier Btl 243, 243 Infanterie Division. The Wehrpass indicates Josef took part in the following battles;

    6.6.44 Invasionsfront
    .44 France
    .44 Lothringen
    .45 Oberrhein

    All in all a very nice Wehrpass with a impressive list of attended battles and a great base for further resource.


  • Gebirgsjäger boot crampons size 42


    A nice set of issue Gebirgsjäger steel crampons complete with straps and carrying bag. Hard to find item for a Gebirgsjäger mannequin!

  • Bring back M43 Waffen-SS cap insignia


    Stunning original and field worn Waffen-SS cap insignia pinned (easily removable) to a piece of paper. A great example of a wartime bringback by most probably a Canadian soldier. The BeVo cap insignia is in clearly cap removed condition and would be very hard to find in matching condition like this. A very nice and scarce set!

  • Heer EM M40 field blouse


    Nice original Heer EM M40 field blouse in very good condition. Still retaining most of the nap in the wool and not shortened or tailored. The tunic has a neatly restored set of machine sewn Einheitslitzen and resewn breast eagle. The left breast pocket is adorned with a set of period sewn award loops; a great tunic for a combat veteran!

  • Early pattern tropical equipment belt


    A perfect tropical belt in mint condition. The belt is minty and near impossible to upgrade.

  • Dutch pre war M33 camouflaged combat helmet


    Exceptional Dutch M33 helmet used by the Dutch army, Küstenartillerie or Schutzmannschaft. Typical may 1940 example where the lion insignia was removed from the front of the helmet. The helmet was camouflaged with a coarse paint in typical red and green tones. A very nice and rare Dutch M33 camouflage helmet in very good, lightly worn condition!

  • Dutch BeVo pattern Waffen-SS cufftitle Nederland


    Stunning mint Dutch BeVo Waffen-SS cufftitle Nederland for the SS Freiwilligen Panzergrenadier Brigade Nederland. The cufftitle is executed in typical late war BeVo construction with the back showing the typical weave. The cufftitle is a typical late example with unfinished ends and in its full 42,5cm length. A rare original Dutch Waffen-SS cufftitle that would be a very nice match with a Dachau made volunteer sleeve shield.

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