German WWII 1934 DLV Flyers Knife
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Item 671748298
Location Sapulpa, OK 74066
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1934 DLV Pilot knife - F.& A. Helbig This Pilot Dagger example looks pretty good. The hilt fittings are the nickel silver type. The pommel is the 3-stage type. Usually these are blue or black I have never seen one like this, if it is original it is rear but someone might have done this the scabbard is string wrapped and the grip is painted red . The crossguard below has a black enamel swastika on both sides, The enamel is still in perfect condition. There is a K on the end of the cross guard that was hard to get a picture of. The scabbard and mounts are in very good condition. The throat of the scabbard is marked with the DLV propeller with swastika. The Hanger is a brown leather in average condition. The blade is good condition, The makers mark is double ellipse containing the firm’s name and location, "F. & A. Helbig, Steinbach". I did the best I could with the pictures, any questions email me at or text 918-999-8449. On February 26, 1935, Adolf Hitler ordered Hermann Göring to establish the Luftwaffe, breaking the Treaty of Versailles's ban on German military aviation. Germany violated the treaty without sanction from Britain and France or the League of Nations, and neither they nor the league did anything to oppose this. Although the new air force was to be run totally separately from the army, it retained the tradition of according army ranks for its officers and airmen, a tradition retained today by united Germany's Luftwaffe and by many air forces throughout the world. It is worth noting, however, that before the official promulgation of Göring's new Luftwaffe in 1935, Germany had a paramilitary air force known as the Deutscher Luftsportverband (DLV: German air sports union). The DLV was headed by Ernst Udet and its insignia were taken over by the new Luftwaffe, although the DLV "ranks" had special names that made them sound more civilian than military.
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