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«Nordland» EM Cuff Title

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Waffen SS enlisted Mans cuff title "Nordland". This replica is made from grey thread on black woven silk base with border.

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«Nordland» EM Cuff Title

«Nordland» EM Cuff Title

Waffen SS enlisted Mans cuff title "Nordland". This replica is made from grey thread on black woven silk base with border.

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The SS-VT, SS-Verfügungstruppe, (SS-Special Purpose Troops), SS-Infanterie-Regiment (mot.) "Nordland", (SS Motorized Infantry Regiment), was originally formed utilizing Norwegian and Danish volunteers on Hitler’s birthday on April 20TH 1940. On its formation all regimental personnel were allotted a named cufftitle with script, "Nordland". In December 1940 the Nordland regiment was one of the cadre units utilized in the formation of the SS-Division {mot.} Germania which eventually evolved into the 5.SS-Panzer-Division "Wiking", (5TH SS-Armored Division). After the amalgamation into the Wiking division the regimental personnel retained the right to wear the Nordland cufftitle. In early February 1943 the Nordland regiment was transferred out of the Wiking division to become the nucleus of the newly forming, Kampverband "Waräger", (Combat Team Waräger), which was shortly after redesignated, Germanische-Freiwillingen-Division, (Germanic Volunteer Division). On April 10TH 1943 the division was renamed, SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Division 11 {germanische}, (11TH Armored Germanic Infantry Division), only to be renamed again in July 1943 as, SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Freiwillingen-Division "Nordland" (SS Armored Infantry Volunteer Division North Land). On October 22ND 1943 the division received its final designation as, 11.SS-Freiwillingwen-Panzer-Grenadier-Division "Nordland", (11TH SS Volunteer Armored Infantry Division North Land). During all these name changes the original Nordland personnel retained the right to wear their distinctive cufftitle. All other divisional personnel who had not already been allotted a cufftitle were also granted the wear of the Nordland cufftitle. Of Note: The Nordland Division was the Germans first attempt at creating a complete division consisting of all non-German personnel.

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