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eMedals-Three Second War German Marching Song Vinyl Records

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Three Second War German Marching Song Vinyl Records

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Three Second War German Marching Song Vinyl Records

This is a grouping of 25 cm vinyl records, featuring one song per side, consisting of 1) A record by Gloria Carl Lindström AG, featuring the Horst Wessel Song (Die Fahne Hoch/Up with the Flag) of the SS Standarte 42 on one side, and Es preift von allen Dächern from the marching band of the SS Standarte 42 on the other; moderately scratched from use; in its original paper sleeve. 2) A record by Kristall Electro Record, featuring the Horst Wessel Marsch of the S. Sturmbann XII Untergruppe Ost, Berlin on the one side, and Volk An’s Gewehr!/Volk to the rifles! of the S. Sturmbann XII Untergruppe Ost, Berlin on the other; lightly scratched from use; in its original paper sleeve. 3) A record by Telefunken (Die Deutsche Weltmarke), featuring Die Landpartie (A trip to the country) of the Reconnaissance Regiment 3 and the marching band of the Großdeutschland Division on the one side, and Edelweiß of the Reconnaissance Regiment 3 and the marching band of the Großdeutschland Division on the other; lightly scratched from use; without a paper sleeve. All within a paper carrying bag of the Electrola GmbH - Radio Spezial Abteilung.
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