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    #91
    Not for Feuerschutzpolizei. It is also the wrong color for Feuerwehr as that is Prussian blue. The color looks more like Railway than Fire Department.

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      #92
      Couple Fire police visors

      Couple Fire police visors
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        #93
        Die Offiziersmütze ist keine! Die Kordel ist nachträglich und neuzeitlich. Das Abzeichen ist das der Mannschaftsausführung.

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          #94
          Originally posted by Captain336 View Post
          Die Offiziersmütze ist keine! Die Kordel ist nachträglich und neuzeitlich. Das Abzeichen ist das der Mannschaftsausführung.
          In english please ???

          As far as I'm aware this is a english speaking forum ...

          M.

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            #95
            fsp

            hello,

            i am interested in feuerschutzpolizei , but with what of trucks they drove
            i know that they had opel blitz trucks 1.5t with a koffer on the back
            i am looking for pictures of this matter anny help ?
            phil

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              #96
              Originally posted by Marc verstraete View Post
              In english please ???

              As far as I'm aware this is a english speaking forum ...

              M.
              He wrote that the officers cap is no officers cap. The silver chin strap is post war and the badge is for EM´s.

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                #97
                Die Mütze ist eine für Mannschaften und Offiziere. Da gab es keinen großen Unterschied in den Wehren auf dem Land. Einzig das Mützenabzeichen ist das für Mannschaften. Auch die Kordel ist nicht eindeutig bestimmbar, ob nach 1945 oder davor. Dazu bräuchte es andere Bilder. Ob Metallgespinst und Aluminiumfaden oder eben nicht. Hier mal meine Sammlung


                The cap is one for mans and officers. There was no big difference in the weirs in the country. Only the cap badge is for mans. Also, the cord is not clearly determinable, whether after 1945 or before. For this it would need other pictures. Whether metal spun and aluminum thread or not. Here is my collection

                Last edited by Ehrenfeld; 12-05-2017, 10:29 AM.

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                  #98
                  My pre-1936 Musician's Tunik

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                    #99
                    This FSP tunic was recently purchased off the Estand. I'm no tunic expert. Does she look okay?

                    Thanks!
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                      The tunic and insignia look fine to me, but we need to be more precise with terminology. The FSP wore GREEN uniforms and were armed. These traditional blue tunics were worn by the volunteer and paid firemen the Feuerwehr, not the FSP.

                      Your piped tunic is interesting to me in that both front edges are piped in carmine not just the edge that shows when buttoned. These piped tunics predate the war. It is impossible to say what the interiors should look like as these were not standardized, but usually made and worn locally, but it certainly fits with what I have seen in other tunics. these did NOT follow a standard pattern, and did not have bandage pockets like later war police field tunics.

                      Such tunics were used pre-1936 as well as post 1945 with very minor differences. In fact they are still worn by some volunteer firemen, at least in Bavaria where I have seen them.

                      Regards,
                      W.Unland

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