[Below: A young Kriegsmarine soldier with his father (?), who wears a NSDAP party pin.]


[Below: An early colorized postcard from January 13, 1931]

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[Below: Luftwaffe and Wehrmacht officers in Vienna]

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[Below: Wehrmacht soldier and girlfriend/wife/sister photograph]


[Below: The Deutsche Wehrmacht armband seen here was used by civilians in service to the military. He's also wearing a swastika NSDAP party pin on his pocket.]


[Below: A Feldpost postcard sent on September 29, 1941]

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[Below: The ribbon on this Wehrmacht soldier's button hole is the Eastern Front Medal.]


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[Below: Anyone know what those rectangular shapes are under two of the guys coats? If you know, or have an idea, let me know!]


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[Below: Wow what is that? Beautiful! It says: 'zum fünfzigjährigen Bestehen gewidmet von der betriebsgemeinschaft' which means 'dedicated to the fiftieth anniversary of the business community'. On the side you can see a D.A.F. symbol (swastika surrounded by a gear).]


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[Below: On the left is Robert Ley, head of the German Labor Front.]


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[Below: Men from the German Labor Front (D.A.F.). The shirts seem odd, the symbol is in a strange position on their shirts... I can't make out the upper symbol/patch on their shirts. Anyone have an idea?]


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[Below: Wow, look at that flag. It has Diana, the Huntress.]


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[Below: Hmm... What is that guy holding? A deer plaque of some kind? Does it have any significance?]

[Below: Update: A reader has graciously informed me regarding what the deer plaque is! It's a shooting target! Below are some WWII era examples. Many thanks Anthony!]


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[Below: These vehicle pictures are dated '1937']


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[Below: This picture is marked 'Versailles' and '7-41']


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If you have any information you'd like to contribute to these pictures, email me:

sunlessdawn@mourningtheancient.com

Someone must know some of the locales, monuments, etc. The more information we can find the better and it's greatly appreciated!

I hope you enjoyed the pictures! I sure did.