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  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A Slovakian Schnelle Division Badge
  • Germany, Wehrmacht. A Slovakian Schnelle Division Badge

Item: M0385-190

Germany, Wehrmacht. A Slovakian Schnelle Division Badge

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Germany, Wehrmacht. A Slovakian Schnelle Division Badge

(Slowakische Schnelle-Division Abzeichen). Constructed of silvered zink, the obverse consisting of a circular laurel leaf wreath, topped by a Slovak national eagle, above initials “RD” for Rýchla Divízia (Rapid Division) and a truck bearing raised dates “1941-1943”, the reverse bearing a central lug with an original nut, unmarked, measuring 45 mm (w) x 52 mm (h), in extremely fine condition.

 

Footnote: In 1939, the Slovak Republic committed a small, partially-motorized brigade of approximately 3,500 troops to participate in the German invasion of Poland. Operating under German Wehrmacht command, the unit grew into a much larger rapid mobile force of approximately 10,000 troops, seeing extensive action on the Eastern Front between 1941 and 1943.

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