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Luftwaffe motor transport equipment trade badge > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Cloth / Tygsaker  |  
Price SEK 195,00
 (EUR 19,50)

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Item number 7141
 

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Description
Luftwaffe motor transport equipment trade badge. (Kraftfahrzeuggerät tätigkeitsabzeichen)

Excellent unissued condition. Wool.

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Ärmelmärke för en ansvarig för transport av utrustning inom Luftwaffe. (Kraftfahrzeuggerät Tätigkeitsabzeichen)

Utmärkt oanvänt skick. Ull.

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HISTORY:
Trade and Specialist badges were introduced at varying times through-out the Third Reich to distinguish EM/NCO personnel who had achieved proficiency at a particular trade, specialty or function. The identifying insignia was most commonly worn on the lower right sleeve of the service or field tunic of qualified personnel holding the ranks of Schütze to Stabsfeldwebel inclusively. Some of the trades were only open to enlisted ranks while those open to NCO’s ranks were distinguished by the addition of a silver cord piping. Originally the early trade badges were worked on a blue/green badge cloth base, but in early 1940 this was altered to a field-grey wool base or the appropriate color of the uniform it was to be worn on.


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