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  1. #21

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    It is always amazing to see how you find information. Thank you for this research.

  2. #22

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    It has been stated to me that Gunther Dürminger has died October 16, 1969.
    Maybe his items were kept in the family and when they died the items may
    have come available onto the market.

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    Another picture.
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  4. #24

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    Photo found on ebay auction a few weeks ago .
    The boy is wearing the special Waisenhaus overseas cap with what looks to be an edelweiss attached .
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  5. #25

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    This boy from Potsdam (see MWP abbreviation) must have been send,
    due to the war, to an Austrian institution. At such Austrian institution the
    boys did wear the edelweiss at their cap. Various photographs in my
    collection do show this.

  6. #26

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    mr.Saris. perhaps i should have asked about this in a PM , but have you completed your book on arm shields?
    sorry, nothing to do about HJ items, i think?!!!

  7. #27

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    I did the "Handbook" about triangles, but never had any intention to write about
    arm shields from whatever organization. Some flag bearer's arm shields are
    included in my gorget-book, as they "were a part", to be worn with a gorget!

  8. #28

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    Found this excellent photo on Ebay.de, sold for only 12,27 € and showing clearly the shoulder straps MWP of Potsdam.
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  9. #29

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    I love Waisenhaus photos, but never catch anyone!

  10. #30

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    You see them occasionally on Ebay, but more rarely at shows.
    Most people do not know what it is and for that reason one can
    obtain such photos for less money.

    Many years ago I was able to reproduce many Waisenhaus-
    photographs from their files (archive). I cannot remember
    anymore, but I thought it were over 400 from buildings,
    occasions and boys and girls, wearing their uniforms and
    dresses!

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