Deutsches Jungvolk Belt Buckle

Flag_of_the_NSDAP_(1920ā€“1945).svgThe Deutsches Jungvolk was the branch of the HJ dealing with young children. Originally these children wore SA belt buckles, just small ones. Then from 1933 until 1936 they used this buckle, when it was discontinued and the stock HJ belt buckle was used. This example is stamped bronze, nickel plated.

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2 Responses to “Deutsches Jungvolk Belt Buckle”

  1. Will Leinberger Says:

    That buckle is stamped bronze. The sieg rune is stamped into it, not attched and it is nickle plated.

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