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eMedals-A TeNo Honor Year Band 1920 (Cufftitle)

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A TeNo Honor Year Band 1920 (Cufftitle)


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A TeNo Honor Year Band 1920 (Cufftitle)

Technische Nothilfe (TeNo) Year Band (or cufftitle) is constructed of black rayon, centering machine embroidered “1920” and laurel leaves in gilded flat wires; it measure 35cm (or 14 inches) in total length, measures 23 mm in width, slightly worn example, tunic removed, in very fine condition. Footnote: in June 1936 SS-Gruppenführer and Police General Weinrich, the leader of the Technische Nothilfe, or TeNo (Technical Emergency Service) ordered that the wearing of the metal Honor Badge should cease (recipients who had one were allowed to keep it). Further he ordered that the metal badge would be replaced by a “TeNo Honor Year Band” (or a TeNo Honor cufftitle). The Year Band was to have the date of entry into the organization (1919-1923) woven in golden wires and was to be flanked by laurel leaves on each side.
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