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In August 1945, the four allied powers: America, Britain, France and Russia, divided Germany into four military occupation zones. America took control of the Southern area (comprising what are today the states of Baden-Wurttemberg, Bavaria, Bremen & Hessen). Britain took the North West (comprising Schleswig Holstein, Hamburg, Nordrhein Westfalen and Niedersachsen), France the South West (comprising Rheinland Pfalz and Saarland) and Russia the East (comprising what is today Brandenburg, Thuringen, Sachsen, Sachsen / Anhalt & Mecklenburg Vorpommern). The Capitol of Berlin was also divided into four quadrants.

The German Democratic Republic was created in 1949 following the creation of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany). East Germany existed as a separate entity until 1990 when the two countries re-united.

Unlike West Germany, which had de-centralized individual state police agencies, East Germany maintained a centralized structure similar to the one in place during the III Reich. The Volkspolizei was a subordinate of the MdI (Ministry of the Interior). The Volkspolizei itself comprised several sub-commands, including: General Police, Traffic Police, Railway Police (Originally part of the Ministry for State Security), Criminal Police, Water Police, and Aviation Police, Border Police, Riot Police & Fire.

While localized policing was instituted by the Soviet Military Administration in Germany (SVAG) beginning in 1945, the actual term “Volkspolizei” did not come into existence until 1946. Most of the original members were former Wehrmacht officers. Unfortunately, they lasted only till 1949 when the SVAG purged the VoPo of all politically undesirable individuals which include the former Wehrmacht personnel. With the creation of the GDR, the Volkspolizei came into a “true” existence as the official police force of German Democratic Republic.

The original VoPo was actually quite large, amounting to over 45,000 members. They were in fact the original state security force, at least until 1956 when the Volksarmee was instituted. Ironically, while the former Wehrmacht officers were deemed politically undesirable for the Volkspolizei, they were well received in the NVA. Former Wehrmacht officers comprised nearly 2/3 of the top command staff of the early NVA.

In 1952 the position of Abschnittsbevollmächtigter was established. In addition to other duties, the ABV was basically the link to the Ministerium für Staatssicherheit (Stasi).

At the end, the VoPo personnel numbered in the 80,000 range, with a civilian auxiliary numbering around double that amount.

Original rank & insignia was modeled closely after III Reich insignia. But these also underwent changes as time progressed. Between 1946 and 1990, there was as much variety in insignia, rank, etc.. as there was in all of the states comprising West Germany. This included utilization of the old “Waffenfarbe” system to distinguish between subordinate units. As time allows, I will attempt to outline these as clearly as possible.

Exactly what was used immediately after the war is unknown to this writer. My guess is that local police may have used what was available to them. Perhaps someone more knowledgeable can help out in this particular area. The first record of officially recognized insignia of Volkspolizei insignia I have seen is dated 1949.

I will preface this entry with the understanding that my understanding of the Volkspolizei is not as good as that of my understanding of West Germany. There are many others who are much more well versed, and I hope that they will add their input to this section. That being said, as time permits, I will try to add outlines of the various components and insignia I have.

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Andrew, Thank you very much for the above Introduction. It will serve as an excellent way to start this thread off in the right direction!

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Removable Polizei Anwärter shoulder boards with green cords. These boards are the same style as wartime Probationary Policeman shoulder boards, except for the later manufacturing techniques. The E German boards are entirely different in the form of the button hole and the thin synthetic fabric attaching straps. Notice the boards have one more strip of cording in the center that is not present on the wartime German Anwärter shoulder boards. This is a typical feature of later E German shoulder boards.

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East German silver sports badge for the DDR. This is a pin back award.

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Back of tunic showing two panel cut with no slit in the tail. The trousers for this uniform are green with green piping as on the collar and cuffs. East German Police uniforms are typically marked to the Ministry of the Interior (MdI) and dated with letter codes. This tunic is stamped with a Y date code, indicating manufacture in 1988.

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East German Police qualification bar for Class III Policemen. This is a screwback award.

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This is a five button uniform, cut in the military Mode, that will button up to the throat. It can also be worn as an open collar tunic with a grey shirt and a green tie. Barracks Police could wear some military insignia but this uniform has an East German Sport badge in silver and a police classification badge (III) over the right breast pocket.

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Machine sewn Polizei collar tabs with aluminum Litzen woven into the green backing. The collar tabs also have green twisted cord piping, unlike wartime Schupo collar tabs. The collar is of the same material and color as the tunic and it is piped in green.

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Machine sewn TRAPO Officer collar tabs with blue backing. The bars are stamped metal with blue cord inner Litzen. Early police Officer collar tabs may be found that are embroidered and/or are single bars instead of double bars. These later metal collar tabs are standardized for ease of manufacture.

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Since I also collect postwar Polizei stuff, I will post another East German uniform for the Transportation Police (TRAPO). This tunic is Ministery of the Interior (MdI) marked, dated 1987 and is cut in a standardized manner as befits manufactured goods from a socialist worker's paradise. Blue wool/polyester in the same cut as other E German police uniforms, with the same buttons and insignia. The piping is light blue on the collar, cuffs, trousers, and cap.

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TRAPO Officer peaked cap in blue with light blue piping. The visor is molded plastic and the larger Officer wreath is stamped metal. The Officer cap cords are the same as wartime but often have plastic parts and some will "glow" under black light. The cap is constructed entirely of postwar materials with a plastic sweat shield.

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TRAPO Leutnant removable shoulder boards with blue underlay and bright aluminum tops. Notice the standard rimed aluminum buttons that are used on almost all E German uniforms. The buttons are attached with cords through two holes in the shoulder. The pips are the same as were utilized during the war but are much lighter stampings.

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East German Wasserschutzpolizei Bootsführer tunic. This double breasted tunic is the same style as that issued to the DDR Navy and Coast Guard except that it is MdI marked and dated 1990 (the last year of manufacture for DDR uniforms). It has ten gilt fouled anchor buttons on the front and green piping on the collar.

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Machine sewn Volkspolizei NCO collar tabs with stamped metal litzen with green centers and backing. These standard VOPO NCO tabs are worn reversed (according to regulations) in order to better follow the shape of the double breasted lapels.

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Hi Jiri,

Very nice DDR General Officer collar tabs. It is interesting that all DDR General Officer ranks had the same style of collar tab and the specific rank was only designated on the shoulder boards with pips. Regular Volkspolizei Generals utilized the identical collar tab with green backing, Transportpolizei Generals with blue backing, etc.

Here is an intersting mixture of colors for the Helicopter Police (Hubschraubereinheit). The DDR police who were assigned to flying duty were in the Transportpolizei (TRAPO) and wore regular TRAPO kornblumenblau Biesen- und Effektenfarbe police shoulder boards but with lighter color military hellblauer collar tabs for NCO ranks. Officers wore both shoulder boards and collar tabs of hellblauer Kragenspiegel. I don't know the logic behind this difference in NCO and Officer insignia colors, but it is called for in the 29 November 1983 uniform regulations as last revised in 1988.

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Volkspolizei Meister der VP shoulder boards with green underlay and center cords with two aluminum pips. Notice the fouled anchor buttons that are similar to those from WWII but are stamped with dished backs. The stamped white metal pips are similar to the WWII style but the prongs are entirely different.

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This is a very hard to find set of ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AND WATER CONSERVATION POLICE: (UNWELTSCHUTZ UND WASSERWIRTSCHAFT). The boards are piped in diffrent farbs for diffrent jobs.

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Lbsr,

Very nice general's tabs. They are the first I've seen that are made with bullion.

George,

Super nice Hubschraubereinheit tunic, do you have a visor for it? I've seen a few over the past couple of years but they aren't so easy to get, at least with out paying out of the nose.

Here are is my pair of VolksPolizei generals tabs. Not as nice as your Lbsr. They are made with the metal oak leaves.

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Very nice Meister with 15 years service! It is 1st time I see "Bootsführer" Ärmelband.

Here are shoulderboards for General of Volkspolizei-Luft/Verwaltung Aeroklub (1952-56).
These are for "Uniformjacke" - shoulderboards for Wintermantel were 1cm longer

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Machine sewn Bootsführer sleeveband and 15 year service stripes on the left sleeve. The Bootsführer sleeveband was only worn by the police on the uniform of the boot commander. Interestingly, MdI regulations also allowed wear of this sleeveband on Feuerwehr uniforms for fire boat commanders.

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I also have been working on putting together a complete DDR forestry uniform set. Here is the winter hat for the set. Also I've posted a Forestry Generals hat insignia. As anybody seen any forestry boards around?

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Well the rest of my DDR forestry uniform came in today. The Jack-shirt is a light yellowish/green. It has plastic buttons, nothing to fancy. It also has buttons on the outer sleeve that allows the person to role up his/her sleeves and attach a piece of fabric from the inside of the sleeve, which of course holds up the sleeve. The shoulder boards I put on and I think they are West German forestry, not sure.

The pants are a dark green and are made of the same material and color has the top of the fur hat.

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Pat,

Very nice DDR uniform goodies! I don't have the Hubschraubereinheit visor cap. There are a couple of interesting things about that cap though. First, is that it has the winged wreath and the propeller insignia of the air force instead of the police. Second, is that even though it is not called for in regulations, they sometimes wore a white top visor (as well as the blue top) since they worked with the traffic police. I have photos of them wearing the white top visor but I have not found it called for in the Vorschriften.

Your Unweltschutz u. Wasserwirtschaft insignia is scarce stuff. I have never seen a complete uniform. Do you have a uniform or peaked cap for these guys? Likewise the Forestry uniform is a tough one to get. DDR Forestry stuff is expensive as well for some reason. More so that West German Forestry items.

Your Hafenpolizei tunic is great. I love DDR tunics with sleevebands. Your Wasserschutzpolizei tunic is early but it was made in the 2nd quarter of 1979 according to the markings. The 2/F is the code for the second quarter of the year and F is the date. The 1947 is a not a date but is a style or cut number I believe. Excellent photos!

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Here is a 1990 dated WSP tunic with a Hafenpolizei cuff-title. I just need to get a tie for now.

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DDR Uniform Codes:

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U.u W. visor....If you look at the visor insignia you will see what looks like oak leaves by the DDR crest, not sure why they are there.

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Dave,

I think George, LBSR and I must be the only ones in the GD police community that collects DDR stuff, its fun and most of the time cheap. The buckle is silver which is correct for the DDR WSP.

George,

I wish I had a complete set of the U.u W. but it has got to be one of the most difficult uniforms to come by. I have a picture a guy sent me I'll post. I have a complete enlisted forestry uniform in transit minus boards. I need to find a set.

Thanks for the correction on the WSP tunic. I hadn't noticed the F/ prior to yesterday when I took the picture, afterwards I tried to find some info on it but failed. I thought you would probably know.

Here is a chart with the U.u W. farbs.

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Pat,

Your U.u.W. visor is a scarce piece of headgear, as is all of this really obscure agency's stuff. I have not seen the two different wreath devices before. I wonder if it has to do with rank?

Your 1979 dated WSP tunic is the old style tunic without piping around the collar. My Hubschraubereinheit tunic is also 1979 (F) dated and does not have the blue piping around the collar either. The TRAPO officer uniform I posted earlier is a later tunic that does have the blue piping on the collar and cuffs.

Post your Forestry unifom when you get it in. I would love to see it. I have a listing of the date codes somewhere. I will find it and post it for you to copy and anyone else to reference.

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This is a 1947 dated WSP tunic. It has the pillow-case style inner sleaves and no piping.

The date is inside the pocket unlike the previous tunic which was just on the inner liner.

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Pat,

This is a very nice Forestry uniform and very difficult to find IMHO. I believe the East and West Germans both used the same style of shoulder boards for Forestry. The only difference I know of for DDR Forestry boards is the rimed button as on the front of your shirt and that the DDR backing material and tab of the board is made of rather cheezy felt or rayon instead of velvet or velveteen. Very nice!

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George,

The visor belongs to another collector who sent me the pic upon my request. He says he also has a female uniform.

I will post the forestry uniform when it arrives.

I still have to add the Polizei aviation tunic to my collection. I have the proper visor just need the tunic.

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This uniform belonged to Herr Heinz Streichau, who had been the Forest Master for Hermann Göring at Karenhall during the war. He stayed on the estate after it reverted to the DDR and was used exclusively by Erich Hoenecker. Bernd is related by marriage to Streichau (now deceased) and has a few other NS Zeit items from the Karenhall Estate including a 3 point stag mounting that was shot by Göring in 1938. The uniform was a private purchase and has "VEB Kleiderwerk-Altentreptow-Qualitäts-Kleidung" tags in the interior breast pocket.

Now a view of the private purchase Schrimmütze that came with the uniform.

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View of the interior of the private purchase Schrimmütze. These early privately tailored DDR uniforms and caps are seldom seen.

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Notice that there are no collar tabs (per regulation for this particular style tunic) and that the rank acorns are turned opposite the direction of NS Zeit and West German Forestry acorns; and they sit on the far edge of the board.

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