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    Lanyard Gebietsführer HJ

    What do you think about this lanyard?
    It should be Obergauführerin BDM but i guess it is for a Gebietsführer HJ.

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    Yes, it's definitely not a female lanyard. Black would be correct for a Gebietsführer but how long is the one you show there?

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    Hi Garry...
    on one side the string was damaged

    So i have to shortened it 1-2cm and make a new knot.
    The total length is ca. 28cm.

    Here are two pictures.
    The first shows lanyards for HJ and bdm.

    On the second picture is a bdm girl with Kletterweste.
    But the lanyard she wears is HJ. Am i right?
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    Last edited by shiggert; 1st March 2015 at 07:10 PM.

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    Thanks for posting that measurement I only asked because the picture made it seem a lot shorter than that. That pic of the BDM girl is a little misleading but she is wearing the female version of the leader lanyard.

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    Could my one be a female version too or is it HJ without a doubt?

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    The period literature shows a clear difference between the male and female versions of the leader lanyards and yours is definitely the male version.

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    Thank you very much Garry..

    So i need a nice HJ jacket for my new lanyard :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shiggert View Post
    Thank you very much Garry..

    So i need a nice HJ jacket for my new lanyard :-)
    You will need a nice leaders blouse for proper display. Not an easy or inexpensive item to find but would look great.

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