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Panzer Assault Badge in Bronze 'Wurster' > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
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Item number 7153

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Maker Wurster

Description
Panzer Assault Badge (Panzer-Kampfabzeichen) in bronze.

Produced by the firm Wurster. This version is never marked but easy to identify when you look at the Chaos grass pattern.

Hollow bunt metal. Beautiful condition. Working needle and catch.

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Pansarstormutmärkelse (Panzer-Kampfabzeichen) i brons.

Producerad av firman Wurster. Denna version är aldrig märkt. Dock lätt att identifiera om man tittar på gräset under stridsvagnen, detta oorganiserade gräs kallas "Chaos grass pattern".

Buntmetall med ihålig baksida(för att spara material). Underbart skick. Fungerande nål och hake.

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HISTORY:
The Wehrmacht Tank Battle badge was introduced on December 20, 1939, in order to recognize the achievements of Panzer personnel who took part in armored assaults. It was designed by Ernst Peekhaus of Berlin, and was instituted by order of Generaloberst von Brauchitsh. On June 6th, 1940, a separate class of the badge, in Bronze, was added in order to recognize the crews of armored vehicles other than tanks (half tracks, assault guns, etc).


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