Other SS cuff titles for enlisted

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Cuff titles in BeVo technique (jacquard), grey-white thread on black underground.

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Historical reference.

• Theodor Eicke — the armband was established on March 15, 1943 in honor of the founder and first commander of the 3rd SS Division "Totenkopf", who died on February 26 of the same year, the armband was worn by soldiers of the 6th Grenadier Regiment of this division.

• Michael Geißmar — the armband was awarded on June 21, 1944 to the personnel of the 12th Mountain Rifle Regiment (SS Division "Nord") in honor of the founder and first commander of the 3rd SS Division "Totenkopf", who died on February 26 of the same year, the armband was worn by soldiers of the 6th Grenadier Regiment of this division.

• Danmark — the armband of the 24th SS Motorized Regiment (11th SS Division "Nordland").

• Germanske SS Norge — the armband of the Nazi military organization created in Norway in July 1942. It was subordinated to the organization Quisling's Nasjonal Samling. About half of the members fought on the Eastern Front.

• Britisches Freikorps — the armband of the SS unit, recruited from British prisoners of war since August 1943. According to the English historian A. Weale, this unit consisted at different times of 54 people, and never consisted of more than 27 people at the same time. However, two men with such ribbons were captured by the Americans on May 2, 1945.

• Metz 1944 — the armband was established on October 10, 1944 in honor of the defense of the fortress city of Metz by SS soldiers, and was awarded to those who took part, including after the war.

• Kurt Eggers — the armband was established for the SS propaganda regiment (including photographers), which received the name SS-Standarte Kurt Eggers at the end of 1943. The regiment was renamed in honor of an SS tankman and war correspondent who died fighting the Red Army in 1943.


Historical information from the book "The Third Reich. 1933-1945. Full Atlas", by Oleg Kurylev and from websites wikipedia.org, forum.axishistory.com.