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  • A Hungarian Light Flak Artillery SS Candidate Volunteer Identification Tag
  • A Hungarian Light Flak Artillery SS Candidate Volunteer Identification Tag

Item: G27977

A Hungarian Light Flak Artillery SS Candidate Volunteer Identification Tag

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A Hungarian Light Flak Artillery SS Candidate Volunteer Identification Tag

This is an identification tag belonging to a member of the “262 SS. Z. Ung. 3. Lei. Flak. Abt. 772” (262 Hungarian Light Flak Artillery SS Volunteer Candidate); in zink; stamped on both sides of the triple slotted line; measuring 70 mm x 50 mm; in ground-found condition.

Footnote: SS-Zögling refers to a juvenile SS pupil who was not yet eligible to join the formal SS. In Eastern Europe and the Baltic states (in this case Hungary), these members were tasked to defend and guard airfields, buildings, warehouses, workshops, factories, etc. against enemy aircraft attacks.

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