Edwardian pre WWI era HLI doublet in nice condition.Collar,Shoulder insignia and HLI buttons all present .Rear of collar shows wear with some of the lining and bullion tresse coming away.Rear of tunic in good condition with all buttons and tresse intact .Small stitched repair to rear above white braiding.The buttons to cuffs on left sleeve have been repaired with stitching.Interior lining all in good order and stitching intact.Number 42 and faint label to collar.Name of 'Green' in ink to inside right lining.
Included are correct McKenzie tartan trews these are modern but complement the tunic.
This is the standard issue hand held microphone used in conjunction with almost all German field radios.Molded black and red bakelite and metal alloy construction microphone. The microphone is shaped for easy of handling with a depressed finger groove to the top edge and another depressed finger groove to the bottom front. The bottom front has a panel with an inset molded red bakelite activation button. The activation button has impressed script "Drücken"(Push). The center has a black circular metal microphone cover with small holes. Above the cover is impressed red painted script "Feind hört mit", (The enemy is listening). The reverse of the microphone is marked with a stamped Waffen-amt mark. The bottom edge of the microphone has a woven tan fabric covered connection wire .
Named to Bruno Hadrian.Served in Flak Regt 25.This was part of the 23rd Panzer Division and fought in the Caucasus campaign and Russia.His details of training etc included.Also served in Northern France.Includes cinema admission ticket for the Cinema Palace in Flers Breucq.
3'' length.Brass casing with lead pencil contained within bullet casing.Was originally contained in the Princess Mary tin that was given to British soldiers.
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A pressed sand colour paper badge. To its obverse "Reichssport"(National-sport) and "Wettkampf" (Competition) above Hitler Youth diamond. The diamond sits atop a circular stadium, with flags flying to either side of it. "M.Q.," maker initials to side of flags.
Postcard hand written and dated 8th March 1933 depicting Hitler's SA Stormtroopers in Dresden standing beside a large bonfire of books burning outside a book store 'Bucher Bilder'.S.A. men can be seen leaving the store with books to throw on the fire.In foreground are two German Policemen armed with rifles ensuring there is no disorder or rather any attempt to stop the burning.You would be brave to attempt to stop it! Reverse of postcard has period ink written details .
To Gefreiter Lambert Huber Machine Gun Company who served in the French Campaign of 1940.Fell in action outside Leningrad on 1 June 1942 in the Eastern Campaign as part of Army Group North
Franz Rintl Obergefreiter in an Artillery Regt killed in action on 3rd August 1943 in the East.Awarded the Eastern Front Medal,General Assault Badge and the Wound Badge