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HJ Siegernadel "1936" - Sport Award > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Tinnies / Nålmärken  |  
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Item number 6820

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Reichssportwettkämpfe

Description
HJ Siegernadel " 1936 " Reichssportwettkämpfe. Sports award pin.

Marked on the reverse with 'Fechler, Bernsbach'.

Excellent condition. H 27 mm.

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HJ Siegernadel " 1936 " Reichssportwettkämpfe. Sportutmärkelse.

Märkt på baksidan med 'Fechler, Bernsbach'..

Mycket bra skick. H 27 mm.

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HISTORY:
Sports in the early period of the Third Reich had an underlying, subversive role as a form of military training, due to the restrictions imposed on the Germans by the Treaty of Versailles. As a result, sporting events were very highly regarded by the NSDAP and all manner of awards were issued on a national and local level to the victorious athletes. Even after the treaty was ignored, and military conscription imposed, sporting events for the German youth were still held in high esteem as pre-military training and toughening-up exercises. A badge awarded to a Hitler Youth who had achieved an above average score in three sports contests. These badges rated higher than the "day" pins, were issued with a "Führer-Urkunde," and could be worn throughout the year.


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