Standard of the Reichsmarschall (1941-1945 version)


SKU: 22.GOR.05.001.001

  • Standard of the Reichsmarschall (1941-1945 version) Obverse
  • Standard of the Reichsmarschall (1941-1945 version) Reverse

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    The images of the Standard of the Reichsmarschall (1941-1945 version) are attributed to Fornax and Wikipedia at and, and the images have been released for use in the public domain by the § 5 Abs. 1 of the German copyright law, which dictates that official works, such as flags, are in the public domain.


The German Wehrmacht was composed of three main branches, the Heer, the Kriegsmarine, and the Luftwaffe. The Heer and Kriegsmarine uniforms were based upon the designs utilized by their predecessor organizations, the Deutsches Heer and the Kaiserliche Marine. Conversely, the Luftwaffe uniforms were based upon the uniforms worn in the sports and para-military organizations that were the forerunners of the Luftwaffe. The Luftwaffe uniforms were specifically designed to deviate from the designs of the other Wehrmacht service branches. It was also necessary that the uniforms differentiate between military and civilian pilots.

The flags and pennants employed by the Luftwaffe during the Third Reich were used as markers for headquarters, vehicles, units, and divisions.

The design of Luftwaffe flags and pennants was based upon those used in the Army (Heer). Vehicle pennants were generally attached to the fender of Luftwaffe vehicles.

This Luftwaffe flag was designed specifically for the Herman Göring in his role as Recihsmarschall. This flag functioned as his identifying standard as the Supreme Commander of the German Luftwaffe.

The 1st pattern standard was introduced in 1940, while the 2nd pattern was instituted in February 1941 to reflect the new design of the national eagle.


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