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I have stumbled upon an item of SS personal equipment bearing the legend:
Fur Besondere Leistungen
I/11.
Mo.-Sta.

Could someone help me with possible interpretation please?

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Hi Paul,

for outstanding performance
which is similar, to the slogan on the Luftwaffen Honor Goblets


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Thanks Gerd-any idea on the numbers? MO.-Sta. etc?

this is on a plaque attached to an ss dagger

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Originally Posted By: Paul
Thanks Gerd-any idea on the numbers? MO.-Sta. etc?

this is on a plaque attached to an ss dagger

Paul

it might be
Motor-Standarte

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Thank you Gerd

Makes sense-any idea where or if I could track this any further? it would make a nice 33SS dagger even more interesting??

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Paul,
it is I Sturmbann,11.Motorstandarte

Here it is: wink
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Fabulous!!
Thank you so much my friend
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No problem,Paul.
nice to help you out wink

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Originally Posted By: Paul

Thank you Gerd

Makes sense-any idea where or if I could track this any further? it would make a nice 33SS dagger even more interesting??

Paul


You got the unit number, but perhaps we can find in what town the Sturmbann was located, or at least the Mot Standarte.


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Paul, is there any date on your piece of personal equipment with that legend? The use of Mot.Sta. ceased in the SS after 1935.


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