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Nazi Party Congress badge from a rally in Weimar

Object | Accession Number: 2005.367.28

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    Nazi Party Congress badge from a rally in Weimar

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    Brief Narrative
    Commemorative pin from a Nazi Party rally in Weimar, Germany, in July 1936. The rally marked the tenth anniversary of a Nazi Party Congress in Weimar in 1926. Before the Nazi Party came to national power in 1933, it held annual congresses such as the one in Weimar. This style of mass-produced, die-struck metal pin is often referred to colloquially as a tinnie.
    commemoration:  1926 July-1936 September
    issue:  1936 September
    Credit Line
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of the University of Mary Washington Galleries
    front, center, embossed : Thüringen
    front, upper left, embossed : 1926
    front, upper right, embossed : 1936
    front, lower center, within banner, embossed : DEUTSCHLAND [Germany]
    front, bottom, within banner, embossed : ERWACHE [Arise]
    front, left border, embossed : 10 JÄHRIGE WIEDERKEHR DES [Ten-year anniversary of the]
    front, right border, embossed : REICHSPARTEITAGES WEIMAR [National Party Convention, Weimar]
    back, upper left, embossed : H. WERNSTEIN JENA

    Physical Details

    Identifying Artifacts
    Object Type
    Lapel pins (aat)
    Physical Description
    Circular, bronze-colored, metal pin with an embossed design at center: a banner on a pole with a swastika with German text above and below. At the top of the banner is a Reischsadler, an eagle holding in its talons a wreath with a swastika in its center, with numbers on either side. Around the border is embossed German text interrupted by eagles. The back has embossed text at upper border and a pin clasp attached by solder.
    overall: | Depth: 0.375 inches (0.953 cm) | Diameter: 1.880 inches (4.775 cm)
    overall : metal

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    Conditions on Use
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    Keywords & Subjects

    Geographic Name
    Weimar (Thuringia, Germany)
    Corporate Name
    Nazi Party

    Administrative Notes

    The lapel pin was donated to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2005 by the University of Mary Washington Galleries.
    Record last modified:
    2023-11-17 10:11:34
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