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Infantry assault badge in silver 'Deumer' > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
Price SEK 995,00
 (EUR 104,74)

New items / Nya produkter (26-06-2017 - 15-08-2017)


Item number 6858
 

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Maker 'Wilhelm Deumer'

Description
Infantry assault badge in silver .

Produced by the firm 'Wilhelm Deumer'

Excellent condition, nice silver wash. Looks even better in hand. All parts in working condition.

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Infanteri storm utmärkelse i silver .

Producerat av firman 'Wilhelm Deumer'.

Utmärkt skick, fin försilvring. Ser bättre ut i hand. Alla delar i fungerande skick.


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HISTORY:
The Infantry Combat Badge, more commonly referred to as the Infantry Assault Badge, was designed by C. E. Junker of Berlin and instituted on December 20, 1939 by Generaloberst von Brauchitsch. The initial class was instituted in silver and decorated foot infantry who participated in combat action earning a degree of experience that qualified them for the badge.

A separate class, in Bronze, was instituted on June 1, 1940. The Bronzed class had criteria similar to the requirements the Silver. There was, however, one notable distinction; The status of the troops, bronzed meant motorized Panzer troops, silver meant foot infantry.


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