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Dutch brochure 'Waar de Airbornes daalden ...' 1945 published by the Dutch Volksherstel

Dutch brochure 'Waar de Airbornes daalden ...' 1945 published by the Dutch Volksherstel

This is a good example of a difficult to find Dutch brochure called 'Waar de Airbornes daalden ... ' published in 1945. This brochure was publihed by the Dutch coverment Volksherstel in co-operation with the local coverment of Renkum to raise money to rebuild the villiages of Renkum, Oosterbeek, Heelsum, Heveadorp and Doorwerth. The brochure measures 19.5cm by 13.8cm and is further in a good co... read more

Code: 51650

30.00 EUR

A nice British made (J.R.Gaunt London) United States Parachute qualification wing

A nice British made (J.R.Gaunt London) United States Parachute qualification wing

This is a good example of a British made (J.R.Gaunt London) United States Parachute qualification wing. The original Army Parachutist Badge was designed in 1941 by Captain (later Lieutenant General) William P. Yarborough and approved by the Department of War in March of that year. The Parachutist Badge replaced the "Parachutist Patch" which had previously been worn as a large patch on the side ... read more

Code: 51648

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A nice issued and late war period standard British parachute qualification wing

A nice issued and late war period standard British parachute qualification wing

This a fine example of a standard British made late war period parachute qualification wing. The parachute qualification wing was introduced in early 1941 for everyone who had passed the Parachute Training school located at Ringway near Manchester Airport. These wings came in different shapes and sizes. The parachute qualification wing was issued after the soldier had qualified for them after 8... read more

Code: 51647

70.00 EUR

A perfect standard wartime capbadge to the Parachute Regiment

A perfect standard wartime capbadge to the Parachute Regiment

This is a neat example of standard wartime Parachute Regiment beret badge. Heavy quality white metal and in a almost un-issued condition. Has never been cleaned. read more

Code: 51645

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A nice mid war period and issued standard British parachute qualification wing

A nice mid war period and issued standard British parachute qualification wing

This a fine example of a standard British made mid war period parachute qualification wing. The parachute qualification wing was introduced in early 1941 for everyone who had passed the Parachute Training school located at Ringway near Manchester Airport. These wings came in different shapes and sizes. The parachute qualification wing was issued after the soldier had qualified for them after 8 ... read more

Code: 51644

75.00 EUR

A nice and not so often seen official issued 1943 dated 'press-release' photograph depicting members of a Polish Airborne Mortar crew

A nice and not so often seen official issued 1943 dated 'press-release' photograph depicting members of a Polish Airborne Mortar crew

This is a good example of a official issued 1943 dated 'press-release' photograph depicting members of a Polish Airborne Mortar crew during inspection. This small sized picture - it measures 12.4 x 16.5 cms - is neatly printed in a black and white on a semy glossy paper. These propaganda type ‘high-quality’ photos were for example used to illustrate the various magazines and or newspapers. A si... read more

Code: 51640

65.00 EUR

A nice matching and issued pair of mid war embroided shoulder titles to the Parachute Regiment

A nice matching and issued pair of mid war embroided shoulder titles to the Parachute Regiment

This is a neat example of a nice matching pair of embroided shoulder titles of the Parachute Regiment. It has the the well known glue backing and has a dark blue on light blue lettering, Produced during the 1942/1944 period. A nice set of shoulder titles in a removed from uniform condition. read more

Code: 51636

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A nice and not so often seen North African i.e local made early Parachute Regiment shoulder title

A nice and not so often seen North African i.e local made early Parachute Regiment shoulder title

This is a neat example of a very nice and not so often seen local made probably North African Parachute Regiment shoulder title. These embroided shoulder titles were introduced half way trough 1943. The title has a dark blue lettering on pale blue backing and is in a nicely condition. Difficult to find these days. Simply a nice example of a shought after shoulder title! read more

Code: 51633

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A neat not so often seen unissued Far East local made No.44 Commando shoulder title

A neat not so often seen unissued Far East local made No.44 Commando shoulder title

This is a perfect example of a not so often seen unissued Far East i.e local made No.44 Commando shoulder title. No.44 (Royal Marine) Commando was raised in August 1943, from the 3rd Royal Marine Battalion under command of Lieutenant Colonel F C Horton. It served in the Far East with the 3rd Special Service Brigade. It took part in the Burma Campaign and was located in the Arakan during the Jap... read more

Code: 51629

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A good and early war time period so called 'cherry type' embroided serif type lettering Parachute shoulder title

A good and early war time period so called 'cherry type' embroided serif type lettering Parachute shoulder title

This is a good example of a good mid war period embroided serif type lettering Parachute shoulder title. Introduced at the end of 1943 to replace the then worn Airborne shoulder title by the Parachute Regiment. This type was replaced by the well known dark bleu on light bleu Parachute Regiment shoulder title. This example is in a fine condition except from a small moth nip above the letter H. T... read more

Code: 51624

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