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Black and White Leibstandarte-SS Service Uniforms.

These uniforms are as close as genuine you get! If you want TOP quality to low price you should try one of these. These are not mass-produced, it’s made very few of each by 1944Shop.com

With the close of the 20th century, two world wars and countless regional conflicts have spawned tremendous variety in military uniforms. Few, by comparison, rival the magnificence of the black SS uniform. Absolutely splendid in design and sharply tailored, it may well be the most globally recognized uniform of the 20th century. Ironically though, the vast majority of SS personnel were never issued or wore the black uniform, which, in the eyes of the outside world, would come to epitomize this feared and elite organization. The black service made its initial appearance in 1932. In 1948, the Dutch psychologist Dr. A.F.G. van Hoesel, published a report of his interviews with 450 Dutch men who were former members of the SS. Among the reasons listed as underlying motivations to join the SS, was the wearing of the prestigious SS uniform. One officer from the 5. SS Wiking division commented that it was rather remarkable that the SS black uniform could change the entire countenance of man by hardening and defining the facial features.

All are in size "Large" and "Extra-Large", you can give us your size after our reply to you.
Large approx: Chest 111cm(44"),Waist 91cm(36")  Extra-Large: XL=Chest 116cm(46"),Waist 96cm(38"). All uniforms are adjustable often with waist belt(both on tunic and trousers) and ankle cord, so normally you can adjust it pretty much to fit!

Leibstandarte SS "Adolf Hitler" M-32 Uniform.

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100% perfect "LSSAH" black wool uniform! Rank, SS-Sturmbannführer.

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

The uniform is supplied with:
- SS collar tabs for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Cuff title, "Adolf Hitler" in aluminum thread.
- Shoulder board for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Breeches included.

Now also with woven SS/RZM tag in both tunic and breeches.

Read more about 1.SS "Adolf Hitler" here.

Black Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler Uniform.

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100% perfect Reichsführer-SS H. Himmler uniform in Black wool.

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

The uniform is supplied with:
- SS collar tabs for Reichsführer-SS.
- Shoulder board with oaks.
- Blood Order Ribbon in pocket.
- "V" badge on right arm.
- Reichsführer-SS cuff title.
Breeches are included in same very good quality!

This is a very rare and nice set.

Now also with woven "SS/RZM" tag in both tunic and breeches.

"SS-Totenkopf" M-32 Uniform Black Wool.

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100% perfect "SS-Totenkopf" black wool uniform! Rank, SS-Sturmbannführer.

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

The uniform is supplied with:
- Totenkopf collar tabs for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Cuff title, "Totenkopf" in aluminum thread.
- Shoulder board for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Breeches included.

Now also with woven SS/RZM tag in both tunic and breeches.

Flag / Banner Bearer in Leibstandarte SS "Adolf Hitler" M-32 Uniform.

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100% perfect "SS-Flag / Banner Bearer in LSSAH" black wool uniform!

This set Include SS-Flag / Banner Bearer Gorget and SS-Parade Belt!

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

Included: SS-Flag / Banner Bearer Gorget and SS-Parade Belt

The uniform is supplied with:
- SS collar tabs for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Cuff title, "Adolf Hitler" in aluminum thread.
- Shoulder board for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Breeches included.

Now also with woven SS/RZM tag in both tunic and breeches.

Read more about 1.SS "Adolf Hitler" here.

Leibstandarte SS "Adolf Hitler" M-32 Uniform, White.

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100% perfect "LSSAH" white wool uniform! Rank, SS-Obersturmbannführer.

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

The uniform is supplied with:
- SS collar tabs for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Cuff title, "Adolf Hitler" in aluminum thread.
- Shoulder board for SS-Sturmbannführer.
- Breeches included.

Now also with woven SS/RZM tag in both tunic and breeches.

Read more about 1.SS "Adolf Hitler" here. 

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100% perfect "Germanske ϟϟ Norge" uniform.

 Germanske SS Norge

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

The uniform is supplied with:
- SS collar tabs for SS-Untersturmführer.
- Cuff title, "Germanske SS Norge" in Silver Bullion.
- "Germanske SS Norge" Raven in Gray Cotton.
- "SS" Badge on right arm in Silver Bullion.
- Shoulder board for SS-Untersturmführer.
- Breeches included.

Now also with woven SS/RZM tag in both tunic and breeches.

"Germanske SS Norge" was intended to become an elite corp in Norway. It was founded the 21st of July."Germanske SS Norge" usually has been compared to Allgemeine-SS.

"Germanske SS Norge" Uniform for SS-Standartenführer Jonas Lie, M-32 Uniform.

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100% perfect "Germanske ϟϟ Norge" uniform for SS-Standartenführer Jonas Lie.

 

It has four pleated patch pockets with scalloped flaps and belt hooks. Includes corded keyhole buttonholes. Comes with aluminum twisted wire around collar.

The uniform is supplied with:
- SS collar tabs for SS-Standartenführer.
- Cuff title, "Germanske SS Norge" in Silver Bullion.
- "Germanske SS Norge" Raven in Silver Bullion.
- "SS" Badge on right arm in Silver Bullion.
- Shoulder board for SS-Standartenführer.
- Breeches included.

Now also with woven SS/RZM tag in both tunic and breeches.

"Germanske SS Norge" was intended to become an elite corp in Norway. It was founded the 21st of July 1942, and all men from "Norges SS" were automatically transferred to the new unit. The thought was that they would follow in the footsteps of "Norges SS" and work for the same goals, a greater germanic empire with Adolf Hitler as the leader of all germanic people.

To become a member one had to fill certain racial and physical requirements together with beeing of good personal character, and of course having a clean criminal record, along with beeing a member of the "NS" or having served with the Waffen-SS or "Den Norske Legion / Frw. Legion Norwegen" for at least a year.

After beeing admitted the men were sent to Kongsvinger fortress for a four-week course in political ideology. They were also issued German Allgemeine SS uniforms, but their collars had the Sunwheel instead of the SS-logo, and the "GSSN Raven" on the left arm instead of the German eagle.
The leader of the school was SS-Obersturmführer Beyermann.
The norwegian staff leader for "Germanske SS Norge" (GSSN) from august 1942 until april 1943 was Hauptsturmführer Olaf Lindvig.

"Germanske SS Norge" were first seen marching through city streets in the fall of 1942, many of them were former fighters of the eastern front. By the spring of 1943 the organization had around 700 members. In the fall of 1943 the members were asked to volunteer for front duty at the 23. Regiment "Norge", but few did so.

"Germanske SS Norge" was not a secret organization but had contact with, and did services for the Sicherheitspolizei (SIPO) and the Sicherheitdienst (SD).

In 1944 they numbered around 1200, and their leader was now Jonas Lie. The intention was that the organization would seize key positions in the norwegian society the day Germany handed over power to Quisling and the "NS", after germanys total victory.

Formally the SS group was an organization within the "NS". But the
relationship between them and the strongly national-minded "Hird" was not good, because many of the latter thought of "Germanske SS Norge" as beeing too German-minded and betrayers of their country. Some also feared that the German influence in Norway would become too strong through them. A common way to compare them has been that the "Hird" was similar to the German SA, while "Germanske SS Norge" usually has been compared to Allgemeine-SS.