Tranlsate German to English - Click here to open Altavista's Babel Fish Translator Click here to learn about all those symbols by people's names.

leftlogo.jpg (20709 bytes)

Upgrade to Premium Membership

Active Topics | Active Posts | Unanswered Posts Past 24 hours | Past 48 hours | Past 7 days
Forum   Subject
The Honor Ring Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Italian made rings by odal @ 42 minutes 19 seconds ago

Again some real nice one. Especially i like the bakelite one.
The Honor Ring Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Heer cufflinks by odal @ 45 minutes 55 seconds ago

Wow G.! If i remember right i have seen somewhere a perfect matching ring.
The Honor Ring Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Happy birthday!!! by odal @ 48 minutes 51 seconds ago

Impressive rings
Medals & Badges of the Third Reich Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New Finland Fob by JohnZ @ Today at 12:00 AM

They don't come up often, that's for sure. On this one, I was the only one bidding so I got it for the starting price. Thanks guys.
Army, Navy, and Luftwaffe Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Navy dagger questions by Oleg67 @ Yesterday at 11:35 PM

Hello Wuldntuliktono, you can see a few KM daggers by F.W.Höller on my websiteöller-f-w/ Best, Oleg.
Miscellaneous Dagger Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Dagger NPEA Eickhorn by seany @ Yesterday at 06:04 PM

Leave well alone this dagger as stated by John is very wrong.
German Sword Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Police NCO Sword knot question. by Ritterkreuz @ Yesterday at 04:41 PM

Patrick I seen them both ways but the more correct knot would be the green stripped one for the NCO. Good luck finding one of these. Mark
The BCN Bayonet Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 3219 / Unterstab II A.R. 60 by JohnZ @ Yesterday at 01:48 PM

Makes sense, Gary.
SS Dagger Forum
Jump to new posts Re: SS Chained Dagger for opinion by Dean Perdue @ Yesterday at 11:19 AM

Originally Posted By: KrikkeYes Steve, these daggers came out of factory without maker logo's on them. Occasionally we see maker marked blades in chained scabbards but that was just due of the fact that the SS man already had a standard M33 maker ma
Imperial German Uniforms, Orders, and Decorations
Jump to new posts Re: Imperial Graphic Arts ... by Dean Perdue @ Yesterday at 09:56 AM

Thanks Vern for that great link and useful information on the history of this ancient tradition. I had no idea it dated back so far.
German Translation Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Etched Bayonet Dedication Question by JohnZ @ 06/23/17 09:43 PM

How about ' non commissioned officer regimental staff'?
SA & NSKK Dagger Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My most beautiful early sa by kingtiger @ 06/23/17 07:55 PM

Outstanding SA dagger. Very nice overall. Congratulations on a find of this caliber. Mark
European Edged Weapons
Jump to new posts Re: Rare pre WWII French AF dagger by Alex . @ 06/23/17 09:21 AM

The Honor Ring Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Denmark silver hallmark by Antonio Scapini @ 06/23/17 06:17 AM

Thanks guys, "VM" for Victor Mortensen in Alborg is perfectly matching with the background of the piece.
Names Documents and Photos Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 3rd reich cards/photos by Dean Perdue @ 06/22/17 06:07 PM

Small bookplate with great detailing under a loupe. Does anyone have information on 'Dris (Dr.??) Helmuth Keipper' that they would be willing to share. Is he on any of the service list? Thank you
European Edged Weapons
Jump to new posts Re: Help with sword ID by Alex . @ 06/22/17 05:04 PM

Looks like Masonic sword
Collector's Showcase
Jump to new posts Re: Little Norway Vermilion Bay Camp Postcard by JohnZ @ 06/22/17 03:31 PM

While the main Little Norway training camp was located at the edge of Toronto, they did have a camp cum leisure area located in the Muskokas on Vermilion Bay. This camp, sometimes known as Vesle Skaugum, is pictured on this postcard that I scored of
Police Uniforms Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Werkschutz (Please help) by Zombrii @ 06/22/17 11:46 AM

Thanks alot for the replies guys! I also noticed different tabs with the werkschutze and indeed factory tabs, but still am very curious what that tab is!
United States Militaria
Jump to new posts Re: Value of WWII Marine Uniforms by Jim W @ 06/22/17 09:33 AM

After Dow was nice enough to identify the uniforms and give his advice, my brother decided to go it alone with this one. Which is just as well. My plan was to package it and get it to someone like Dow that would maintain it. There is no real money
Period History Forum
Originally Posted By: Gasparewe have another topic going on this over at the Community forum.. "is the original magnifying glass" that Hitler was using' Really?? Take a real good look at some of the stuff. Rinos, gorillas, elephants,?
Edged Weapons Accoutrements Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Frog ID by Fitzer @ 06/21/17 08:35 PM

Thanks Jim, nothing in Witty's book about hanger/frog variations either. It would be interesting to learn if early German armies did have variations in wear before the regular hangers became standard
Militaria Shows & Exhibits
Jump to new posts Re: Ohio Valley Military Society Show Wilmington ohio by Siegfried B @ 06/21/17 05:20 PM

I did receive a reply on June 20 after I posted on 2 more forums and spoke to the top Gent there and the issue was resolved amicably and efficiently. I'm very happy with the personalized call I received ..thankyou Ed for your reply. Best Regards Larr
Names Documents and Photos Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Photo of possibly Werkschutz by Vern @ 06/21/17 08:43 AM

It looks like a Werkschutz Visor cap but the collar tabs are unknown to me. Could be a special tab identifying the factory.
German Sword Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Etched Lion head sword by Pack by stingray @ 06/21/17 08:26 AM

Thank you Fred Yes,it is confusing All of those pictures are from one sword. One side of the blade have crossed swords and on other side have a crossed cannons. It is also double marked. The imperial etch with the eagle on the langet. It must to be
HJ Edged Weapons Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Early Minty HJ Knife by J.A Henckels by Seppi @ 06/21/17 04:30 AM

Will , amazing condition for this hj , congrats to you . S+
Page 1 of 2 1 2 >
GDC Reference Library

-- German Militaria References --

Awards and Medals

3rd Reich Badges & Clasps
3rd Reich Orders & Medals
Imperial Combat Badges
Imperial Orders & Medals
Iron Cross 1st Gallery
Iron Cross 1st Spanges
Iron Cross 2nd Gallery
Iron Cross 2nd Spanges
Knight's Cross Gallery
Oak Leaves, Swords, & Diamonds
Ribbon Bar Chart
Shields/Cuff Titles
Award/Medal Maker Marks

Daggers & Swords

Dagger Id Guide
Miniature Dagger Id Guide
Dagger Blade Mottos
Maker/Distributor Marks
SA/NSKK Group Marks
SA Transitional RZM Codes
SS RZM Codes
Eickhorn "Field Marschall" Swords

Insignia and Emblems

Belt Buckles
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - Imperial
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - NSDAP
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - SA
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - SS
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - Other NSDAP
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - Military
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - Government
Collar/Shoulder Tabs - Police
Cuff Titles - Non-SS
Cuff Titles - SS
SS Sleeve Diamonds
Foreign Volunteer Arm Shields
Helmet Decals
Military Career/Specialist Patches
Military Services Waffenfarbe
Uniform Eagle Insignia
Visor Cap/Hat Insignia

Manufacturer Codes

Erkennungs Unit Abbreviations
HeeresWaffenAmt Codes
Lieferant & LDO Numbers
Optics Maanufacturer Codes
RZM M1 - Insignia & Badge Makers
RZM M2 - Metal Work Suppliers
RZM M3 - Party Emblem Makers
RZM M4 - Buckle Makers
RZM M5 - Uniform Accessories
RZM M7 - Edged Weapons Makers
RZM M9 - Tinnie Makers
RZM M11/12 - NSDAP LS Medals & Minature Makers

-- U.S. Militaria References --

Aviator Wings
Army Enlisted Collar Discs
Military Medals
Ribbon Chart
WW1 Division Patches
WW2 Army & Corps Patches
WW2 Division Patches
WW2 Phantom Division Patches

-- Small Arms References --

Autoloading Pistols 1892-1909
Beretta Pistols 1915-1945
Colt Auto Pistols 1900-1945
FN (Browning) Pistols 1900-1945
Luger Proof & Acceptance Marks 1898-1945
Lugers - DWM Production 1895-1929
Lugers - DWM Military/Contract 1904-29
Lugers - Rework & Non-DWM 1915-1945
Mauser C96 Broomhandles 1896-1937
Nambu Pistols 1902-1945
Walther 1-9, PP, PPK, & P38 1910-1945
Walther Sport/Olympia Pistols

WW2 Pistols
WW2 Rifles
WW2 Sub-machine Guns
WW2 (German) Assault Rifles
WW2 Light Machine Guns

-- WW2 Armored Vehicles --

Axis Countries
Armored Vehicles of Germany
Armored Vehicles of Hungary
Armored Vehicles of Italy
Armored Vehicles of Japan

Allied Countries
Armored Vehicles of France
Armored Vehicles of Great Britain
Armored Vehicles of Poland
Armored Vehicles of the U.S.
Armored Vehicles of the U.S.S.R.

More to come ;)

Files/images © 2000,2010,2013
Who's Online
46 registered (Herman V. (aka Herr Mann), fisher, Baz69, Janos, black120878, Barry Brown, Wolf100, 777, glock26, odal, A. Martin, lmrobil, Oleg67, maybarker, Krikke, diplo matt, Evgeniy, EricKlem, philippe, TRANCHANT, romarios, jean, k98, Powar, polop, Earl (Rick) Schreiber, Hoegaarden, Wade, luca, WW2-Collector, Mike (aka Byzanti), Mikes73, Doug Kenwright, Ronald Weinand, Gaspare, bushido, pesho, stingray, The_Collector, Jim W, JohnZ, Skynyrd, Dean Perdue, E Kohl, vintagetimenow, goodtimes), 495 Guests and 7 Spiders online.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod