Denmark - Danish shield

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Reproduction Danish volunteer's shield.

Worn by members of the Danish Free Corps, a unit created by the Danish Nazi Party to assist Nazi Germany. Established in 1941, it fought on the Eastern front in 1942 before returning to Denmark where it met much hostility from the civilian population. It was disbanded in 1943, with most members going on to join the SS Division Nordland.

Embroided Danish flag upon a black shield.

The badge meaures apporximately 7 x 6 cm.

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