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German Youth (NSDAP, Germany)

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[Deutsche Jungvolk (NSDAP, Germany)] 4:5    [Deutsche Jungvolk (NSDAP, Germany)] 10:11
Images by Jaume Ollé

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German Youth Organization
Deutsche Jungvolk Organisation

The German Youth Organization (Deutsche Jungvolk) was the NSDAP organization for boys between 10 and 14 years old. It used a black flag with a white Sieg-rune (the runic letter S), with a either a ratio 4:5 or 10:11. It was in use until 1934.
Norman Martin, Feb 1998

DJ Regimental Flag

[German Youth Regimental Flag (NSDAP, Germany)] 8:11 Image by Jaume Ollé
Regiment no. 33 - Jungbann Nr. 33

Similar in design to the Hitler Youth Regimental Flag, but with a white eagle and white hammer and black swastika on a black field. Ratio 8:11. In use from 1934.
Norman Martin, Feb 1998

Reported DJ Regimental Flag - Variant Template?

[German Youth Regimental Flag (NSDAP, Germany), variant?] 3:5 Image by Jaume Ollé

DJ Company Flag

[German Youth Company Flag (NSDAP, Germany)] 8:11 Image by Jaume Ollé
Company No. 1 of Regiment no. 150 - Fähnlein Nr. 1 im Jungbann Nr. 150

Reported DJ Company Flag - Variant

[German Youth Company Flag (NSDAP, Germany), variant?] Image by Jaume Ollé

DJ Trumpet Flag

[German Youth Regimental Flag (NSDAP, Germany)] 1:1 Image by Jaume Ollé

The same flag as the DJ Organization Flag, but different ratio (c1:1).
Norman Martin, Feb 1998

DJ Penant

[DJ penant]
1:1 Image by Jaume Ollé

On 6 Jan 2000 Marcus Wendel wrote: Photos of some Third Reich flags I've found on-line: A fahnleinwimpel of I. Note: I haven't asked permission for these images and they should only to be used as reference when creating new flag-images.
Now, more than 5 years later, I'm posting a GIF of this flag. It's a dark blue flag with a dark blue wimpel, charged with a red S (shaped like the lightning-S'es of the SS). I took one liberty with it, though: the photo shows the reverse of the flag, and to make the obverse I, naturally, mirrored the source. However, mirroring the whole flag would render the S illegible, so I made the educated guess that the obverse shows a legible S and excluded it from the mirroring.
Jorge Candeias, 15 Feb 2005

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