Nasjonal Samling

"Tapper og Tro" Medal (The Quisling Cross / The Norwegian "Iron Cross")

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"Tapper og Tro" = "Order for Bravery and Loyalty"

Bronze Latin cross with out-turned ends to the arms, crossed swords between the arms, with loop for ribbon suspension; the face with ‘Sun Eagle’ symbol of the Nasjonal Samling, being a circular gilt-edged red enamel disc bearing a gold cross, a gilt eagle with wings outstretched above; the reverse inscribed ‘TAPPER OG TRO’ in ‘Nordic’ script. The Cross began life as the ‘Order for Bravery and Loyalty’, instituted by the collaborationist Nasjonal Samling government under Vidkun Quisling to be awarded to Norwegian combat forces on the same basis as the German Iron Cross. Shortly afterwards, however, Josef Terboven, German Reichskommissar of Norway, dictated that only German awards were to be worn by Norwegian collaborationist forces. (Terboven and Quisling has a long history of rivalry and disagreement with Terboven doing his utmost to minimise the influence of Quisling, despite the orders of Adolf Hitler to help build the Nasjonal Samling). The Order was thus awarded for only a very brief period. In 1944, a very few examples had the ‘Sun Eagle’ symbol affixed to the face, covering the date ‘1941’ in ‘Nordic’ script and were awarded to members of the Nasjonal Samling, such awards being referred to as ‘politisk utgave’ (political awards). After Allied victory in May 1945, recipients of the award naturally did everything possible to conceal the fact. As a consequence, it is extremely rare.

Nasjonal Samling Quisling Cap ("ERLE" Blue vers)

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Label inside: "ERLE"

Vidkun Abraham Lauritz Jonssøn Quisling 18 July 1887 – 24 October 1945) was a Norwegian politician. On 9 April 1940, with the German invasion of Norway in progress, he seized power in Norway.

From 1942 to 1945 he served as Minister-President, working with the occupying forces. His government, known as the Quisling regime, was dominated by ministers from Nasjonal Samling, the party he founded in 1933. Quisling was put on trial during the legal purge in Norway after World War II and found guilty of charges including embezzlement, murder and high treason. He was executed by firing squad at Akershus Fortress, Oslo, on 24 October 1945. The word quisling has since become a synonym for traitor.

Nasjonal Samling Cap

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Norwegian State Police Cap, Nasjonal Samling ("Norwegian Gestapo")

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With Suncross and Raven.

Nasjonal Samling Cap Raven in Gold

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Marked: "Tapper og Tro - Nasjonal Samling"
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Nasjonal Samling Cap Raven in Silver

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Marked: "Tapper og Tro - Nasjonal Samling"
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Nasjonal Samling Armband #2

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Used by members of "Nasjonal Samling".
On dark blue WOOL.
Golden on red, as orginal. Superb item! 

Nasjonal Samling Armband #1

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Used by members of "Nasjonal Samling".
On dark blue cotton.
Golden on red, as orginal. Superb item! 

Nasjonal Samling "Riksleder"/Ministerial Rank

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Emblem worn on left cuff by "Riksleder" and those of ministerial rank. Rare!
Size 10 cm x 10 cm.
Hand made in Golden Bullion.

Nasjonal Samling, "Fylkeförer"

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Emblem worn on left cuff by "Fylkesförer"
Rare historical badge!
Size 7 cm x 8 cm.

Nasjonal Samling "Förergarden"/Bodyguards

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Arm badge for "Förergarden" with monofram V.Q (Vidkun Quisling)
Used by the bodyguards for Vidkun Quisling. Worn on left arm.
The Föregarden was Quislings personal bodyguard formation. It was one of the regular or full time formations of the National Union(Nasjonal Samling). It consisted of 150 men who spent six months at a time guarding Quisling and his places of residence. Members of this formation wore either service dress or a gala dress. The Service dress consisted of a grey-green tunic, ski trousers, and forage cap. Worn on the upper left arm was a VQ monogram that stood for Vidkun Quisling.

Nasjonal Samling, Diplomatic Badge

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Unidentified badge, worn by Hagelin (Quislings Deputy) at Hotel "Adlon" in Berlin with H. Himmler and V. Quisling, see pictures.
Maybe a Nasjonal Samling Diplomatic Badge. Rare historical badge!
Size 9 cm x 10 cm.



 

Nasjonal Samling Police Cap Badge

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Cap badge for Norwegian Police under World War 2.

St. Olavs Cross Armbadge.

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Used by members of Nasjonal Samling in Waffen-SS.
Silver aluminium on black, as orginal. Superb item!

Nasjonal Samling Officer Cap Raven

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Machine made in golden aluminium thread.
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Nasjonal Samling Woven Raven

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Nasjonal Samling Police Cap Badge #2

Hand made in Silver Bullion.
Size 8 cm x 10 cm.
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"Rikshird" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by The RiksHird

"Rikshirden Vakt" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by "Rikshird Guards".

"Førergarden" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by the Guards of V. Quisling.

"N. S. Føreraspirant" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by Nasjonal Samling Cadets.

"Viking" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by Hird Regiment No. 7 (Greater Oslo region)

"Viking Hirdskole" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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"Viking Hirdskole" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title
Hand-embroidered in Silver Bullion.

"Frostating" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by Hird Regiment No. 5. (Tröndelag)

"Gulating" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by Hird Regiment No. 4. (Bergen)

"Hafrsfjord" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by Hird Regiment No. 3. (South Norway)

"Viken" Nasjonal Samling Hird Cuff Title

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Hand-embroidered in Golden Bullion.
Worn by Hird Regiment No. 1 (Central Oslo)

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

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