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    FAD (Freiwilliger Arbeitsdienst) youth patch

    was the early precursor of the
    and they had a youth
    section with a designating insignia as shown. As this movement was very early in the
    history there is certainly a connection to the HJ and BDM


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    No doubt, this uniform reminds me something
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    Nothing to do with HJ or BDM !
    It is the insignia of the "Freiwilliger Frauenarbeitsdienst" (Volunteer Women's Labor Service) established in 1933, a part of the "
    Frauenschaft" (
    Women's Organisation) and integrated in the
    in 1936.

    As you know, the boys and the girls had to serve 6 monthes in the
    ... at 18, and that means after the HJ (BDM).

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    Hello. Thanks for your precisions i'm totally agreed.
    My photo is just to illustrate the distant similarity with BDM uniforms. Sorry for the confusion

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    Still , a super rare patch , thank you for posting Paul .

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    I still think there has to be a connection as even though
    service was compulsory it was not for youth and the HJ and BDM
    did take control of all youth movements


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