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Demjansk Battle Shield
Demjansk Battle Shield Quantity in Basket: None
Code: GRR681
Price: $18.95
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The Demjansk Battle Shield was awarded to members of the German force that defended the small Russian village of Demjansk for 14 months, from February 1941 to April 1942. About 100,000 awards of the shield were made, including members of the 3rd SS Panzer Division Totenkopf. The qualification requirement stipulated at least 60 days service in the area, unless the person was wounded or served in a major battle. The shield design features crossed swords, an airplane and the date 1942 topped by a German eagle perched atop of wreath encircling a swastika, and the name Demjansk. The shield was worn on the upper left sleeve. Our high-quality reproduction is cast in metal and has a silver oxide finish. It measures three-and-a-half inches tall by two inches wide. The reverse is fitted with four prongs for attachment to a uniform.

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