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WWII Luftwaffe flak badges


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24thinfantry

I just got these today from a very nice lady whom I am friends with. Her dad was in the 71st division and arrived in Europe on February 6th 1945. Amongst the items she gave me from his service are these two flak badges. They are unmarked and not magnetic. I would love to get some information about them. I felt bad that she needs some money to help her right now, so I gave her $200 for a bunch of her dad's stuff. 

 

He had a very interesting experience during the war. He was a first sergeant in the field artillery, liberated Gunskirchen, was translator for General Wyman when they met up with a Russian general and his army, and helped transport the Lipizzan stallions.  

 

Thanks for any and all your help! I greatly appreciate your input. 

 

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