Armies of the Gulf War by Gordon L. Rottman

By Gordon L. Rottman

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The uniform was completed by field-grey breeches or trousers, and jackboots or shoes; the walking-out trousers had orange piping on the outseams. Collar patches were of SS shape, mid-green with orange edge piping; rank insignia were of SS pattern, in silver-grey or silver, in mirrored pairs. Enlisted shoulder straps were field-grey, with orange piping and, where appropriate, silver-grey NCO Tresse and silver rank pips; officer straps were of silver cord on orange underlay, with gilt pips. A national emblem showing a spread-winged eagle and swastika with three double-ended lightning bolts was worn on the upper left sleeve, in white for enlisted and silver for officer ranks.

Bahnschutzpolizei officers were authorized to wear a dress dagger similar to that of the Army but with a black grip, a ball pommel embellished with a swastika, and a crossguard featuring the winged wheel emblem. Postschutz This small Postal Protection organization was formed in March 1933, originally under the control of the Reichspostministerium and headed by NSKK-Obergruppenführer Dr Ohnesorge. It was responsible for protecting property belonging to the postal, telephone and telegraph services throughout the Reich.

The left sleeve badge was embroidered in silver-grey on a black or grey oval edged with silver-grey cord; it showed a stylized factory over half a cogwheel, between wings, all ‘protected’ at the left by a tilted shield emblazoned with a black swastika. The aluminium cap badge was a distinctively shaped eagle with the same shield. In some cases a company logo might be worn in the form of collar patches. It would appear that control of these personnel remained under Göring’s Air Ministry and was not transferred to the Ordnungspolizei, as were most other such smaller organizations.

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