ORIGINAL 1932 ENGRAVED MEMBERSHIP BADGE

DER STAHLHELM

(THE LARGEST PARAMILITARY ORGANIZATION IN WEIMAR GERMANY)

FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

item # Y-120

Offered for sale is an

ORIGINAL 1932 ENGRAVED MEMBERSHIP BADGE

DER STAHLHELM

(THE LARGEST PARAMILITARY ORGANIZATION IN WEIMAR GERMANY)

FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

The badge measures 1-1/4 inch or 30mm in diameter, it is in excellent condition. It is marked "Ges.Gesch." and "935" on the reverse side plus it is engraved "VI Nrh 349" as well as dated 18.12. (Dec) 32 (1932).

The Stahlhelm, Bund der Frontsoldaten was one of the many paramilitary organizations that arose after the end of World War I in the Weimar Repub-lic. The Stahlhelm was founded at the end of 1918 partly by Franz Seldte in the city of Magdeburg. Its periodical, Stahlhelm, was edited by Count Hans-Jürgen von Blumenthal who was later hanged for his part in the failed attempt to kill Adolf Hitler on July 20, 1944. The organization attracted nationalistic and anti-Weimar elements and in 1930 the Stahlhelm has become the largest paramilitary organization of Weimar Germany with 500,000 mem-bers. In 1934 the Stahlhelm was renamed Nationalsozialistischer Deutscher Front-kämpferbund (N.S.D.F.B. or Federation of the National Socialist Frontline-Fighters) and integrated into the Sturmabteilung (SA), in 1935 the organi-zation was completely dissolved by the Nazis. We give a lifelong full money back guarantee for authenticity of this item.

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DER STAHLHELM

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