Good condition khaki denim overalls trousers dated 1945.Size label and manufacturer details 'JULES VAN LANCKER, Rue du Dragon,128,Mouscron'. This was a manufacturer in Belgium contracted to produce clothing for the British Forces.Has War Dept stamp.All stitching and bakelite buttons intact.
Alloy decoration with nickel-silver plated highlights ,much white frosting finish remaining and black enamel swastika. Für treue Dienste" (For Loyal Service), to the reverse.Pinback device to top reverse of ribbon. Rare miniature bar included.The award is housed in a red simulated leather cardboard case, with a "25" embossed in silver to its top. Red felt interior.Bottom corners of case the cardboard is detached cleanly at corners .Maker label to interior of box lid of 'Franz Reischauer, Oberstein'
Optics and graticule very good.Binos marked with War Dept stamp and maker stamp 'RL1941' .Strap intact.Brown case in excellent condition and stamped to lid 'F.LTD 1940 ,BINOCULAR PRISMATIC No.5, CASE MK1'.
Der Pimpf was a magazine published by the Nazis for boys particularly those in the Jungvolk.It featured adventure stories and an emphasis on propaganda.Originally published as 'Morgen' in 1935,it changed its name to Der Pimpf in April 1937.Its publication continued until the last issue in July 1944. This issue is Sept/Oct 43. 24 pages.
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