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Command and Rank Flags of the Army 1925-1927 (Germany)

kommando-, rang- und unterscheidungszeichen

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Flags 1925-1927

According to Dreyhaupt 2000 [drh00], there were two Army Groups, seven Infantry Divisions and three Cavalry Divisions in the Weimar Reichsheer (army).
Santiago Dotor, 11 October 2001

The Reichswehr introduced a set of command flags with the H.Dv. 270 (Heeres-Dienstvorschrift 270, Army Regulations 270) of 24 March 1925. These flags were used on a lance shaft (60 × 80 cm) or as car flags (30 × 40 cm). They were used by the respective commanding officer only. Source: Dreyhaupt 2000 [drh00].
Marcus Schmöger, 8 March 2002

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