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    My early HJ Newspapers

    Here are pictures of my new early HJ Newspapers.
    "Sturmjugend" and "Der junge Nationalsozialist".

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    Wow!
    These are very rare items.
    Congratulations!
    Thank you for sharing

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    Sturmjugend September 1931 Kurt Gruber

    Hello Christian,
    thnak you. Here are more pictures.
    I love this early lists and pictures.
    Regards
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    Very nice these early magazines Holzwurm.
    The one with the flags I used in my handbook (page 183). I also included some of the information from the
    advertisement.

    The guy with the rare HJ shoulder-strap is very interesting. From what date is the magazine where this is included?
    I have a few lousy photo-copies from HJ insignia where these shoulder-straps are included (text is impossible to read).
    With a date it would help me.

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    HJ complete Fahne with bayonete topper .... 39.75 to 43.75 ... Nowadays a complete rig would be aprox two to three thousand dollars .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilhelm Saris
    The guy with the rare HJ shoulder-strap is very interesting. From what date is the magazine where this is included?
    I have a few lousy photo-copies from HJ insignia where these shoulder-straps are included (text is impossible to read).
    With a date it would help me.
    Hello Wilhelm,
    the guy with the rare shoulder straps is Kurt Gruber.
    The newspaper is the "Sturmjugend" from September 1931.

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    Sturmjugend September 1931

    ---more pictures from this newspaper from September 1931.
    On the second pictures is Hein Schlecht the Reichspressereferent of the HJ.
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    I am not good with faces. So, he is Gruber. I would have guessed he
    would have worn other shoulder-straps for his rank/function? See
    the straps as mentioned with the advertisement.....

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    Another picture with my early shoulder board

    ....one more picture with my new shoulder board from this period.
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    As far as I know the shoulder-strap 1/1 is for a year later (1932 through early 1933,
    replaced by the form with the Bann-number), not 1931.
    At the moment for the HJ indication (as shown with the photographs) just a large number
    was used (according to the bad copy I have and for those that were allowed to wear a
    number at all).

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