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|EUROPE - OTHER & CIVIL ORGANIZATION BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Fascist Italy: Civil Service Rank Pins||(1)|
|Fascinating. So these were worn on civilian clothes, e.g., as a lapel pin? Were they widespread?...|
|jrichardn2 > 27-February-2017||14:16:27|
|EUROPE - OTHER & CIVIL ORGANIZATION BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Fascist Italy: Veteran's Organization||(0)|
|Luke2 > 26-February-2017||22:50:26|
|EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Nazi Germany: Kriegsverwaltungsbeamte||(0)|
|1. Kriegsverwaltungsangestellter 2. Kriegsverwaltungsbetriebsassistent 3. Kriegsverwaltungsassistent 4. Kriegsverwaltungssekretär 5. Kriegsverwaltungsinspektor/Kriegsverwaltungsreferendar 6. Kriegsverwaltungsoberinspektor/Kriegsverwaltungsassessor/Kriegsverwaltungsrat (under the age of 35) 7. Kriegsverwaltungsrat 8. Kriegsverwaltungsoberrat 9. Kriegsverwaltungsabteilungschef 10. Kriegsverwaltungsvizechef Created in late 1939, members of this branch were given the task of handling the domestic economy and other administrative tasks in the occupied territories under military administration. First called Kriegsverwaltungsbeamte (War Administration Officials), this was changed to Militärverwaltungsbeamte (Military Administration Officials) in August 1941. The shoulder boards for officer and NCO were the same as other Officials, except that the HV device was replaced with a Wehrmachtadler device. Below: Kriegsverwaltungschef (LTG equivalent)...|
|Luke2 > 22-February-2017||17:21:22|
|AMERICA - OTHER & CIVIL ORGANIZATION BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Air Transport Command||(1)|
|Interesting. I note that the brevets for non-pilots used what I think of as the British practice of only one wing....|
|jrichardn2 > 21-February-2017||23:47:21|