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Luftwaffe Flak Artillery badge > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
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Item number 7151

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Description
Luftwaffe Flak artillery badge(Flakkampfabzeichen).

These are never marked and the maker is not known.

Beautiful condition, close to near mint. Produced of Neusilber or buntmetal. Note that this is also the largest Flak badge of all types, measures approx 65 mm and it's very heavy. Needle and catch in working condition.

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Luftwaffe Flak märke(Flakkampfabzeichen).

Denna typ är aldrig märkt och tillverkaren är okänd.

Underbart skick, nära near mint. Tillverkad av nysilver eller buntmetall. Notera att detta är det största flakmärket som har producerats, ca 65 mm och dessutom är det mycket tungt. Nål och hake i fungerande skick.

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(Flak-Kampfabzeichen der Luftwaffe)
BACKGROUND: The Flak Artillery War Badge was introduced by Hermann Göring on January 10TH 1941, for award to air defence crews including searchlight and sound detection personnel. Originally the Flak Artillery War Badge was awarded to personnel for both aerial and ground target victories until the introduction of the Luftwaffe Ground Assault Badge on March 31ST 1942, after which the Flak Artillery War Badge was only awarded for successful aerial target victories. Bestowal of the award was originally rendered on a point structure system with sixteen points required to be presented the badge, although the criteria was modified during the war. Of Note: The Flak arm is often viewed as a secondary arm of service within the Luftwaffe when in fact during the war between half and two thirds of all Luftwaffe personnel served in it.


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