Original German WWII Luftwaffe Flak Regiment Belt with Aluminum Buckle - Dated 1936
Original Item: Only One Available. This is a very nice WWII German Wehrmacht Luftwaffe EM/NCO's Belt Buckle (Koppelschloß). It is embossed with the early Luftwaffe droop tail eagle. Nice aluminum construction box buckle with a pebbled background. The buckle is in very condition, the underside is not maker marked.
The thick black leather belt is in excellent condition and is nicely stamped:
It measures 37” when fully extended, it is also faintly maker marked. Overall condition is very good with an exceptional eye appeal!
FLAK Corps (German: Flakkorps) was a massed anti-aircraft (AA) artillery formation employed by the Luftwaffe for anti-aircraft, antitank, and fire support operations in World War II. A Flakkorps was a flexible organization that was made up of a varying number of AA regiments, brigades, or divisions. It was roughly equivalent in strength to a brigade or a division. A total of six flak corps were organized by Germany during the war. The flak corps, while mainly intended to support ground units with concentrated anti-aircraft fire, in many cases provided also antitank support.
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