cutlass of the leader of the German youth organization Hitler youth.
cutlass in very good condition, without restorations and interventions!
of the senior command staff of the Hitler youth was given to the Fuhrers of
this organization. The rarity of the cutlass is due to the fact that the leader
of the Hitler Youth could go without it. And since the item was purchased at
their own expense, some did not purchase it.
is in its native form, not cleaned, not sharpened, not polished. Grip also was
not disassembled. The leather on the scabbard is native, the coating is
of cutlass is described and shown in Ralf Siegert's book "Die Deinstdolche
und Blankwaffen der NPEA und der Hitlerjugend" (Service daggers and cold
weapons of the NPEA and the Hitler youth organizations) on pages 465-467 and
is also presented in Thomas M. Johnson's book "World War II German War
Booty" (German war trophies of World war II) on page 139. The same version
of the cutlass manufacturer Carl Eickhorn with the full trade logo is shown in
the book by Thomas M. Johnson "Collecting the Edged Weapons of the Third
Reich" (collecting edged weapons of the Third Reich) in volume 7 on pages
is straight, steel, hexagonal, double-edged, without dales. On the front side
of the blade – the motto of the Hitler youth organization - "BLUT UND
EHRE" (Blood and honor), etched. On the back of the blade is the brand RZM
M7 / 36 (which corresponds to the manufacturer Hörster E. & F. Co.,
is covered with wire wrapped around the base of the coil to the coil. The head
of the handle shows the symbolism of the Hitler youth organization-a swastika
on the background of a diamond. The crosspiece is straight, slightly curved
towards the handle.
scabbard is solid, in silver, covered with black leather. The clip at the
scabbard is decorated with an image of an eagle with a swastika, holding a
sword and hammer in its paws. Each clip is movably attached to one ring for
attaching the suspension.
length is 34.6 cm
length is 24.3 cm
of the blade at the heel is 1.7 cm