1944 German Wound Badge - Gold
The "20 Juli 1944" Wound Badge was issued to those injured during the failed attempt on Adolf Hitler's life at the Wolf's Lair headquarters in Rastenburg, East Prussia. Twenty-four men were present when the bomb exploded; one officer was killed and three succumbed to their wounds a short time later. Thereafter, Hitler ordered a special wound badge be awarded commemorating the event, as he believed "fate had intervened" for him.
These high quality, die-struck brass badges have a gilt finish providing a very authentic look.
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