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WWII Nazi German Kriegsmarine EM / NCO'S Tropical Breast Eagle Hoheitsabzeichen
Item #: VF3209
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Machine woven national eagle in golden yellow threads on a woven, tan, rayon base. The eagle is still on its original tan rayon factory roll.
German Naval uniforms and headgear were based on traditional designs that date back to the creation of the Prussian Navy in 1848, and although uniforms and headgear did evolve during the interim years many items used during the Third Reich would still have been quite recognizable to the Imperial sailor. The Kriegsmarine adopted wear of the new national eagle on the front of the headgear and the right breast of the uniform on March 24TH 1934. The Kriegsmarine’s version of the national eagle was identical to the army version except for the coloration with the army utilizing silver, white and grey eagles while the Kriegsmarine utilized golden yellow eagles. Of Note: The only exceptions in the coloration of the Kriegsmarine eagles was that personnel serving in the Administrative branch utilized a silver eagle while eagles worn on the white jumper shirts were in cornflower blue. The Kriegsmarine developed two separate brown tropical uniforms, with one being introduced before the outbreak of the war and the second one during the war. The eagles worn on the tropical uniforms were issued on a tan base.
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $90.00 USD