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On 20th July 1944, Count von Stauffenberg tried to Kill Hitler at the Wolf's Lair with a bomb. Afterwards, Hitler decreed that a special wound badge be issued to the 24 killed and wounded officers who had been present. This is now one of the rarest and most valuable medals in existence today. Dr. Mark Felton FRHistS is a well-known British historian, the author of 22 non-fiction books, including bestsellers 'Zero Night' and 'Castle of the Eagles', both currently being developed into movies in Hollywood. In addition to writing, Mark also appears regularly in television documentaries around the world, including on The History Channel, Netflix, National Geographic, Quest, American Heroes Channel and RMC Decouverte. His books have formed the background to several TV and radio documentaries. More information about Mark can be found at: 🤍 Visit my audio book channel 'War Stories with Mark Felton': 🤍 Help support my channel: 🤍 🤍 Disclaimer: All opinions and comments expressed in the 'Comments' section do not reflect the opinions of Mark Felton Productions. All opinions and comments should contribute to the dialogue. Mark Felton Productions does not condone written attacks, insults, racism, sexism, extremism, violence or otherwise questionable comments or material in the 'Comments' section, and reserves the right to delete any comment violating this rule or to block any poster from the channel. Credits: US National Archives; Library of Congress; Bundesarchiv; Adam Carr; Devilsanddust; Alfons Heiderich
In this video, I will show restoration and preservation of the German Wound Badge from the World War II. This Wound Badge has been in the ground for 78 years. The Wound Badge (German: Verwundetenabzeichen) was a German military decoration first promulgated by Wilhelm II, German Emperor on 3 March 1918, which was first awarded to soldiers of the German Army who were wounded during World War I. Between the world wars, it was awarded to members of the German armed forces who fought on the Nationalist side of the Spanish Civil War, 1938–39, and received combat related wounds. It was awarded to members in the Reichswehr, the Wehrmacht, SS and the auxiliary service organizations during World War II. After March 1943, due to the increasing number of Allied bombings, it was also awarded to civilians wounded in air raids. It was awarded when the wound was the result of enemy hostile action. In 1957, the West German government authorized a denazified (Swastika removed) version of the basic (black, silver, & gold) badges for wear on the Bundeswehr uniform, among other certain Nazi-era wartime awards. No propaganda and extremism. Only history! The demonstration of Nazi symbols in my videos is not propaganda of fascism, Nazism, etc. They are demonstrated exclusively for historical and scientific purposes. You can sponsor my channel. This will greatly help the development of my channel. Link where you can issue a sponsorship 🤍 Thanks for viewing! #restoration #rusty #restore
In this video, we will be looking at a German Wound Badge 3rd Class. This badge would have been awarded for two wounds, and some estimate that there were over 5 million made. I also discuss the other grades of this badge, and a little bit of the badges history. Disclaimer: I collect these items for there historical significance. I do not support or condone any of the ideals or beliefs of the Third Reich.
In this video, I will briefly explain the history of the Wound badge and also show you an example of a WW2 black Wound badge. 0:58 I show an example of a WW2 German Black Wound Badge. The photos featured during this video are not my own photos and I am only showing them for educational purposes. The photo In the thumbnail Is from WWII pictures on Twitter. 🚨Subscribe for more militaria videos like this: 🤍 ❗️Thanks for watching ❗️Feel free to drop a comment on the video ❌This is not a political video or channel and I do not support any extremist groups like the Nazi Party, this is strictly for historical purposes❌ 📸 INSTAGRAM: WW2.Militaria
I get into some detail on some common fakes.
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What is the difference between WW1, WW2 and 1957 German Wound Badge?
What a nice wound badge!
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Just a interesting little medal I won on an eBay bid I thought I’d share
INTRODUCED IN 1939 FOR THOSE WOUNDED DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR BUT CONTINUED TO BE ISSUED UNTIL 1942,SO WHEN A SELLER SAYS ITS RARE ONLY 182 EVER AWARDED, BEAR IN MIND HE REFERS TO HOW MANY WERE AWARDED DURING THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR....MANY MORE WERE AWARDED AFTER THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR UP TO THE YEAR 1942.SO THERES MORE ABOUT THAN YOU WOULD THINK.
2nd Class, for being wounded 3 or 4 times. Before 1942, medal was composed of silver-plated brass. After 1942, composed of lacquered zinc. Clearly, we have a post-1942 medal.
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This is a lovely set containing a WW! Iron Cross 2nd Class, Black Wound Badge, Cross of Honour 1914-1918, Bullet Head, Medal Ribbon, all in a lovely Black Felt lined case 🤍
Original German WWII wound badge. This is a black example. Wound badges were also issued in Silver and Gold, depending on the amount of wounds recieved
Thanks for watching please like comment and subscribe happy hunting collectors 🤘🏼🏴👍 The wound badge was originally established on March 3RD 1918 by King Wilhelm II to recognise the sacrifice of those wounded during WWI. The badge was instituted in three classes, of black, silver and gold with the class bestowed reflecting the number or severity of the wounds received. On May 22ND 1939 Adolf Hitler re-instituted a slightly modified version of the wound badge with the addition of a swastika to the WWI pattern badge for award to German volunteers who had been wounded supporting the Spanish Nationalist Falangist Generalissimo Francisco Franco against the communist allied Republican Loyalist party in the Spanish Civil War. (July 1936-March 1939). With the outbreak of WWII, on September 1ST 1939, Hitler once again re-instituted another slightly modified version of the wound badge by altering the WWI pattern helmet on the badge to the newly designed M35 style helmet. The badge was awarded to both military and uniformed non-military personnel and later, (March 1943), to civilian personnel who received wounds as a result of enemy actions. The black wound badge was the lowest of the three classes and was awarded for one or two wounds.
In this video, I ask you how to earn The Wound Badge. This is a badge for Germany that asks for you to capture zones with a damaged aircraft, but I have done this before, and it doesn't count towards my total. What am I doing wrong? Thanks for watching, and thanks for your help! Intro Song Name: "To Hell And Back" - Sabaton Intro done by: xXBlazeTheHedgehogXx Link to his channel: 🤍 All rights to this song go to the rightful owners, This video is for educational/entertainment purposes only, No copyright infringement intended. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. It is not to be used for copying and selling. No copyright infringement intended.
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A quick overview of the types and different makes of the wound badges with a comparison between imperial and Third R Era Germany.
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Nazi German military wound badge. Check out my other videos.
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WW2 GERMAN BLACK WOUND BADGE CASED MAKER 65 KLEIN & QUENZER A.G The wound badge was originally established on March 3RD 1918 by King Wilhelm II to recognise the sacrifice of those wounded during WWI. The badge was instituted in three classes, of black, silver and gold with the class bestowed reflecting the number or severity of the wounds received. On May 22ND 1939 Adolf Hitler re-instituted a slightly modified version of the wound badge with the addition of a swastika to the WWI pattern badge for award to German volunteers who had been wounded supporting the Spanish Nationalist Falangist Generalissimo Francisco Franco against the communist allied Republican Loyalist party in the Spanish Civil War. (July 1936-March 1939). With the outbreak of WWII, on September 1ST 1939, Hitler once again re-instituted another slightly modified version of the wound badge by altering the WWI pattern helmet on the badge to the newly designed M35 style helmet. The badge was awarded to both military and uniformed non-military personnel and later, (March 1943), to civilian personnel who received wounds as a result of enemy actions. The black wound badge was the lowest of the three classes and was awarded for one or two wounds.
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