Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht Armband


SKU: 22.GOR.

Estimated market value:

$100 USD

  • Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht Armband Obverse
  • Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht Armband Reverse

Estimated market value:

$100 USD


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The German Wehrmacht was composed of three main branches, the Heer (Army), the Kriegsmarine (Navy), and the Luftwaffe (Air Force). The Heer and Kriegsmarine uniforms were based upon the designs utilized by their predecessor organizations, the Reichsheer and the Kaiserliche Marine. Conversely, the Luftwaffe uniforms were based upon the uniforms worn in the sports and paramilitary 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 majority of Luftwaffe armbands were instituted prior to the start of the Second World War, but only a select few of these armbands continued to be used during the war. There were only a handful of armbands introduced for wear during the Second World War.

These armbands were meant to be worn while performing a specific role, and not as a permanent insignia. The wearer returned the armband to the issuing unit after completing their role. The issuer may have stamped a cachet onto the armband in indelible ink.

The Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht armband was introduced prior to the Second World War, and it was meant to be worn by German and non-German civilian personnel who served the Wehrmacht in a military or ancillary role.

The armband is composed of white linen cloth and features the inscription "IM DIENST DER DEUTSCHEN WEHRMACHT" in black gothic lettering, either embroidered or printed.


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