HJ Schar Flag
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The pennants and flags of the HJ were used to represent the organisation at parades and events, or to represent a specific unit or Leader of the HJ.
Small pennants were commonly used for events and as decorations. About these individual versions there is limited information.
Prior to 1933, there were lots of different flag designs, as there were no regulations for standardisation yet. The flags were often homemade and rather crude in appearance.
A Schar was a sub-unit of a Gefolgschaft, comparable to the military unit of platoon.
The flag has red, white, and red horizontal stripes and shows a swastika on point on a white square. In the upper left corner is a rectangular patch. In this, it is similar to a flag of a Gefolgschaft. However, there are differences in size, and also in the unit identification patch.
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