SA-Wehrmannschaft Belt Buckle

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  • SA-Wehrmannschaft Belt Buckle Obverse
  • SA-Wehrmannschaft Belt Buckle Reverse
  • SA-Wehrmannschaft Belt Buckle Detail


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The SA (Sturmabteilung, storm detachment) was established in 1921 as a paramilitary protection squad of the NSDAP. The members of the SA were tasked with protecting party leaders at political rallies and meetings from the paramilitary forces of the opposing political factions. The SA was first utilised on November 4, 1921 at a meeting held in Munich’s "Hofbräuhaus" beer hall. The organisation was banned after the failed putsch in 1923 and was reactivated in February 1925.

The SA-Wehrmannschaft Belt Buckle was introduced in 1943 and was issued to all ranks of the home guard units for wear with a black leather belt. The buckles are exclusively found moulded in aluminium.

The obverse of the buckle features an eagle with large outstretched wings, in the form of the political style M36 eagle rather than the M29 style eagle found on the regular SA belt buckle. The eagle is superimposed over two rings of a rope-like pattern. A partial oakleaf wreath is placed between the two rings at the bottom. The reverse of the buckle is stamped with the RZM number of the sole manufacturer Christian Thomas Dicke (M4/22).

There were likely around 30,000 examples produced.


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