German Army Feldherrnhalle Flag

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  • German Army Feldherrnhalle Flag Obverse
  • German Army Feldherrnhalle Flag Reverse


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The flags of the Wehrmacht were initially the old tradition flags of the Imperial Army, which had also been the flags of the Reichswehr. New Wehrmacht flags were introduced on March 16, 1936. All individual colours of units were replaced by the Reich War Flag on August 28, 1944.

Flags and pennants were not only used for individual units, but also to identify high-ranking officers or command posts. Staff flags for commanding officers of units usually showed numbers and (Latin) letters, at least in times of peace, to help identify units more accurately.

There are also National Insignia Pennants (Hoheitszeichen) for officers that were used exclusively on motor vehicles.

The Infantry Regiment 271 had its roots in the SA-Standarte “Feldherrnhalle” and was granted the right to wear their standard at ceremonial occasions.

The standard is red with a black/white/red fringe and a white disc in the middle. A black swastika is on the disc with the words “Deutschland erwache” (Germany awake) above and below it on the obverse.
The reverse is similar, but shows the words “Nat. Soz. Deutsche Arbeiterpartei” (National Socialist German Worker’s Party) and “Sturmabteilung” (Storm Troop).


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