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Original WWII German flag notes

Militaria Tips by Donald K. Burleson

November 2010

Original WWII N-a-z-1 Flags were relative common as the Allies marched in Germany in 1944-1945 and they are a common soldiers souvenir with a 2010 value $295 in excellent condition.

The original n-a-z-1 flag was designed by a failed Austrian house painter, known as Der Fuehrer or "Wolfie" to his friends.

Real WWII German flags often have shrapnel and bullet holes, like this one, captured by a US soldier in 1944, a prized war trophy.



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