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eMedals-A Golden Party Badge of the Assessor of the Regional Court in Schwaben

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A Golden Party Badge of the Assessor of the Regional Court in Schwaben

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A Golden Party Badge of the Assessor of the Regional Court in Schwaben

A Golden Party Badge of the Assessor of the Regional Court in Schwaben - Small Version, 29mm, marked Jos. Fuss. Munchen, numbered 64463 with zero chipping and only very minor contact to enamels, better than extremely fine.    Footnote: Schindler was a veteran of the First War and a member of the NSDAP as of July 14th, 1927. He was born on July 25, 1896 in Straubling an der Donau and lived in Augsburg. He received his official party badge on May 25, 1934, his number was 64 463. As a party member he served as an Assessor of the regional court in Schwaben, after time serving in the post of regional business coordinator in 1936.  In the first war he had served as a Reserve Leutnant of the 40th Infantry Regiment, and later a member of the Freikorps. He misplaced his badge in 1937 and had it replaced at cost. He was evaluated as being a competent party member, with a strong sense of comradery and organization. In 1943 he was made an Assessor of the High Court of the NSDAP.  
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