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National Socialist Motor Corps (NSKK)

 

 

 

Kepi

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Kepi

Kepi

Kepi

Kepi

Kepi

Kepi

Kepi

Kepi
Slight tear

Kepi

Kepi
NSKK troopers in action uniform

Kepi
NSKK crash helmet. This is the early style insignia. Later it went under a radical change.

Kepi
NSKK Patch

Kepi

Kepi
NSKK traffic control

 

Great Original Near-mint NSKK Uniform Kepi (Item NSKK 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: This NSKK kepi is made from high-quality wool gabardine tan cloth. The kepi bears the typical black wool/doeskin color band, NSKK Bevo woven eagle and swastika, silver NSKK button, and black chinstrap, along with the inserted brown-wool piping. To the inside, the kepi bears the typical orange cotton lining with brown ersatz leather sweatband. The kepi retains the linen Dienstmütze RZM label behind the sweatband. This piece is in fantastic condition and is extra rare. Inside the lining in the crown there is a stamped number sequence “797026.” This very well might be an issue number. The only tiny bit of damage–if we could call it that–is a one-inch tear in the orange lining, but it does not affect the overall minty condition and handsome look of this great N.S. treasure. Rest assured you will never see a better one offered. By the way, this is the most handsome kepi belonging to the paramilitary functionaries of the N.S. Reich; richer looking than its SA forerunner.

PRICE:   $1,450.00


More about the NSKK

The National Socialist Motor Corps (Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrkorps, NSKK), was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1931 to 1945. The group was a successor organization to the older National Socialist Automobile Corps (NSAK), which had existed since the beginning of 1930. The NSKK was the smallest of the Nazi Party organizations and had originally been formed as a motorized corps of the Sturmabteilung (SA), literally “Storm Detachment.” On 20 July 1934, the group had a membership of approximately 10,000. It was separated from the SA to become a totally independent organization. The primary aim of the NSKK was to educate its members in motoring skills, and were mainly trained in the operation and maintenance of high-performance motorcycles and automobiles. Membership in the NSKK did not require any knowledge of automobiles, and the group accepted persons for membership who did not possess driver’s licenses. The thought was that its rigorous training scheme would make up for any previous lack of knowledge or driving skills. The NSKK did, however, adhere to Nazi racial doctrine and screened its members for Aryan qualities. The German Third Reich NSKK was also a paramilitary organization with its own system of paramilitary ranks.

 

 

 

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