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  • A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor
  • A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor
  • A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor
  • A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor
  • A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor

Item: G19385

A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor

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A German Red Cross Armband of the Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste Ratibor

White cotton with a red cross sewn in place on the front, the cross composed of two overlapping strips of red cotton, stamped in black ink "S. H. D." (Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste) above "Ratifor" to the left of the cross and stamped in faded blue ink with the City of Ratifor stamp in the frame formed by the right and lower arms of the cross, 95 mm x 170 mm, two ends sewn together on the reverse, soiled, without fabric interruption, better than fine. Footnote: The Sicherfeits und Hilfsdienste (S.H.D.) was the security and assistance service, an auxiliary police force responsible for all tasks resulting from air raids, which was replaced by the Luftschutzpolizei in 1942. This particular branch was located in Ratibor, Germany. The city later became part of Poland after the Potsdam Conference of 1945.
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