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League of German Girls (NSDAP, Germany)

bund deutscher mädel, bdm

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Introduction to the BDM

The League of German Girls (Bund Deutscher Mädel) was the youth organization for girls between 14 and 18 years old in Nazi Germany.
Marcus Wendel, 1999

BDM Regimental Pennant

[League of German Girls Regimental Pennant (NSDAP, Germany)]
2:3 Image by Jaume Ollé
Regiment no. 74 (Untergau Nr. 74)

A red-white-red striped pennant with a black spread-wing eagle (a little like on old Prussian flags) with white swastika on breast. Above the head in black the unit number. The pennant's ratio is 2:3.
Norman Martin, February 1998

BDM Company Pennant

[League of German Girls Company Pennant (NSDAP, Germany)]
2:3 Image by Jaume Ollé
Company no. 24 of Regiment no. 330 (Mädelgruppe Nr. 24 im Untergau Nr. 330)

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