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    Gebiet Hochland HJ shirt (Bluse) 1932

    Hello,
    here are pictures from my new projekt.
    Hope you like it.
    Best Regards
    holzwurm

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    ...boards in wear..

    ...bords in wear..
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    Looking good Alois.

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    Not quite correct:
    The early boards do not compare with the Edelweiss and this area had its own
    form and did not use the Austrian form. It is a pity this flower is pinned on!!

    And this about the buttons (no metal) with the early blouse in 1932/1934.
    The form of buttons, as used with the shoulder-straps should be used instead:

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    As far as I know the HJ did not wear the brownshirt SA-style. Not officially anyway.
    They did wear the long brown shirt (Diensthemd), put in their trousers.

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    HJ Hochland

    Thank you for your replys gentleman.
    Here are some pictures......from my research.... and one of the Edelweiß
    Regards
    holzwurm
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    I thought I saw the Austrian Form, but the Edelweiss upon the collar is the
    Reichsarbeitsdienst version, which was introduced July 12, 1938. It does not
    match anyway with an early shirt from about 1932/1933.
    And again: Hochland did not wear the Edelweiss upon the collar!

    You can find such Traditionsabzeichen in volume 5 from "Headgear of Hitler's
    Germany
    ". Pages 417 through 425 do explain the forms.

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    Thank you Wilhelm.

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    Hello Alois,

    in my case, I have no problem with this uniform, I love their shoulder straps and this set with Edelweiss. CONGRATULATION !!!!!!

    Best Regards

    Eric

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    Alois was wise and changed it. Officially the HJ of Hochland did not
    wear an Edelweiss upon the collar and surely not a version, which
    was introduced in July 1938! Remind he shows early straps and no
    use of the triangle. So, there is an about five years-period in between.

    By the way the Edelweiss used was the Austrian form of Edelweiss
    for the Reichsarbeitsdienst, the Traditionsmützenabzeichen.
    Last edited by wilhelm saris; 25th May 2016 at 04:30 PM.

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