This product is intended for military-historical reenactment (immersive stydy of history); for creating costumes for theatrical and film, video plays condemning Nazism and fascism; as well as for exhibiting in museums of military history. This product is not propaganda of ideas and criminals convicted by an International Military Tribunal, and should not be used for such a purpose! The photos have been edited in accordance with the requirements of the law.
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SS division cuffs, machine embroidered. Grey thread, black background of the ribbon, silver edging (stripes). Letters are voluminous. Length about 45 cm, width about 3 cm.
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• Adolf Hitler - the cuff was established in 1933, but the Sütterlin typeface (it is German handwritten font created in 1911) did not appear on it until 1934.
• Totenkopf - the cuff was established on September 1, 1942 for the 3rd SS division. Prior to this, part of the personnel wore ribbons with the image of a skull.
• Wiking - the cuff was established on September 1, 1942 for the 5th SS division, except for those who already had cuff tapes (Germania, Nordland and Westland regiments).
• Hitlerjugend - the cuff was established in the first half of 1943 for the newly created 12th SS division staffed by conscripts born in 1926 (age - 17 years old, earlier for volunteers entering the SS there was an age limit of 23 years). Through the competition, a distinguishing mark of the division was established, on which the Sovilo rune (the symbol of the Hitler Youth organization) crossed with a master key (the sign of the SS division Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, which arose from the name of its first commander, Joseph Dietrich (German: Dietrich - master key) .
Sources: book "Третий рейх. 1933–1945. Полный атлас", author Oleg Kurylev and website wikipedia.org.