Mlitary school straps

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Mlitary school straps

Post by mike kelso » Sun Mar 06, 2016 11:32 am

A couple of interesting pre-war straps. I recently added these to my collection hoping the black one was a LHR strap. Unfortunately that was not the case. The straps came with small id labels which I could some what make out but thanks to Tony who did the hard work the straps are;

The black strap is to Sachsen Aufsehen Militar knaben erziehungs Institut Aunaburg (now Naumburg) translated as ...Boys Military Education Institute Aunaburg

The yellow strap is for Unteroffizier-Vorschulen Weilburg. The cord signifies a altester zweiter (room senior second).

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Post by KAGGR#1 » Sun Mar 06, 2016 12:58 pm

Always something new to learn about this subject .
That is what makes it so interesting .
Thanks for the photos .
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Post by joerookery » Sun Mar 06, 2016 1:30 pm

What reference did you use to find this? Information on the Knaben always seem so hard to find if you find anything at all.
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Post by mike kelso » Sun Mar 06, 2016 8:17 pm

Joe, I'll ask Tony for the reference.
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Post by Tony without Kaiser » Mon Mar 07, 2016 5:24 pm

joerookery wrote:What reference did you use to find this?
Joe, Knötel H. & Pietsch, P. & Collas, Baron D. (1935) Das Deutsches Heer W. Spemann, Stuttgart (1982) Tafel 154.
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Post by joerookery » Mon Mar 07, 2016 5:30 pm

Thank you! Bigger than Stuttgart there it is. Thanks again.
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Post by Glennj » Tue Mar 08, 2016 2:54 pm

Tony,

I am still a bit non-plussed with the black strap. I understood that the boys at Annaburg wore red straps?

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Post by Tony without Kaiser » Wed Mar 09, 2016 8:26 pm

Glenn I tried to read the tag (difficult) which came up with aufsehen Mili. knaben erziehungs Institut Aunaburg (boys Military education institute at Annaburg).

Das deutsches Heer indeed shows Annaburg wearing red straps. So perhaps it is something else and the tag is incorrect. I honestly just translated the tag for Mike and did not check DDH :shaking:
Glennj wrote:Tony,

I am still a bit non-plussed with the black strap. I understood that the boys at Annaburg wore red straps?

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