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    SA-Stabswache Röhm Insignia

Insignia Description

Little is known regarding the insignia worn on the helmets of members of the SA-Stabswache Röhm.  In most cases it would appear that the insignia was painted onto the sides of the helmet using very fine stencils.  However it is equally likely that decals were produced in this design.  The insignia used on these helmets were very large with the appearance of being oversized for the helmet.  The image depicted was used exclusively by the SA-Stabswache Röhm.

SA Circular Logo Insignia within a Shield (right side).

Politcal Eagle within a Square and a Shield (left side)


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This Information Track provides historical facts pertaining to helmets of the SA-Stabswache Röhm 1931-1934.  Individual links related to this subject are outlined below.

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