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WWII German Nazi RADwJ Service Unit Assignment Sleeve Shield Dienststellenabzeichen
Item #: VF2156
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Machine woven insignia approximately 75mm x 95mm, featuring an large black swastika over two ears of wheat in white circular field. Below are the until numbers in roman numerals "XXVIII" for the Bezirksnummer (Unit number). The main body of the insignia is in brown with a white and black border still on the factory roll.
The female version of the male RAD, Reichsarbeitsdienst, (National Labor Service), was originally established in February 1933 and was considered a sub-section of the National Sozialistches Frauenschaft, (National Socialist Women’s Organization). In April 1936 the female labor service was dissociated with the NS Frauenschaft and was given the official designation, RADwj, Reichsarbeitsdienst der weiblichen Jugend, (National Labor Service for Young females). The sleeve badge for the RADwj was designed the Egon Jantke in Berlin and was instituted for wear in 1936.
Shipping Weight: 0.8 lb
Your Price $70.00 USD