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    Unidentified CT

    Hello,

    This uniform and this CT are unknown to me. Do you have an idea?
    Reichsschule?

    Thanks.

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    Interesting uniform style. Unadorned shoulder straps on both sides for a DJ member, cuff title, and four pocket tunic.

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    I think it could be the Oberschule at Feldafing. They did wear a cuffband with light colored edges! It was an SA related school (NSD Oberschule Starnbergersee), the SA-Jungmannen-uniform was a look-a-like for the adults (SA).

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    Thanks for your help.

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    December 16, 1941: the SA Chief-of-Staff, Viktor Lutze, visits the Reichsschule der NSDAP at Feldafing.
    At right students, lined of in front of Lutze.

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    It is known during the war they did wear the HJ diamond, but before that
    also other symbols were worn (in the upper front or at the left side), which
    are not yet identified. One looks like a sort of star-emblem!

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    I really do not know much about this school. This book looks very interesting.
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    The school is quite interesting. I have copies from some year-books with information about classes,
    teachers and so on.
    It is a pity the names from the boys attending do not have numbers. In the year 1942/43 there were:
    class 1, 2, 3 and 3a, 4 and 4a, 5 and 5a, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a and 8b. Everey class did have 27 students
    or more. The classes 6a and 6b were Luftwaffenhelfer since February 1943.

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    From the year-book 1940-1941:

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    Last edited by wilhelm saris; 13th July 2015 at 09:22 PM.

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    Another aspect of German youth during the period I was completely unaware of. Thanks to both of you for the photos and information.

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    Yes, many are not aware of this school. I did not include it in my handbook,
    while it merely was a school supervised by the SA and later the NSDAP.
    I should have included it of course, just brief.

    Littlejohn tells something about it on page 147.

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