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The German Dagger

The Third Reich produced some of the most interesting edge weapons of all times. The German armed forces have a dagger, knife or sword for just about every branch and occasion. Due to the high quality, design and rarity these blades have become very desirable and might be second only to the legendary Samurai sword.

The following section provides several, high detailed pictures of various German blades.

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The Army dagger - was initially issued on May 4th, 1935 and was designed by Paul Casburg. There was only one design but it could be customized by changing the color of the handles, the type of hangers and by engraving the blade. This dagger remains as one of the most affordable Third Reich dagger. The information presented here will allow you to identify Army daggers and their present worth.



WWII GERMAN ARMY DAGGER - Complete with Deluxe hangers. White handle. The eagle on the crossguard is broken. This can happen when it is placed in the scabbard wrong.


WWII GERMAN ARMY DAGGER - Complete with a hanger and knot. Orange handle. the cord of the know shows some fraying.


GERMAN ARMY DAGGER - with a Hatchet Face eagle. manufactured by WKC. Issued to German officers during WWII.




WWII GERMAN ARMY OFFICER"S DAGGER - Manufactured by the WKC company. Burnt Orange handle. Knight's head placed on the base of the blade. Nice pebbling to the scabbard.


WWII GERMAN ARMY DAGGER - Manufactured by the HOLLER company. Back of handguard is engraved with the owner's initials.


WWII GERMAN ARMY DAGGER - Early white handle. No manufacturer's markings. The scabbard shows surface rusting. Pebbling remains clearly visible.




The First Model Luftwaffe Dagger - The Luftwaffe instituted the use of a dagger in 1934. There are two main types of Luftwaffe 1st model daggers produced; the first type had nickel fittings and was the earlier type. The second type had aluminum fittings and was introduced in late 1935. The data shown here allows the enthusiast to identify the Luftwaffe daggers and their present market value.



LUFTWAFFE 1st MODEL DAGGER - This is the earlier Nickel construction type. Produced by the Paul Weyersburg company which stamped its logo at the base of the blade.


LUFTWAFFE 1st MODEL DAGGER - Of aluminum construction. This is a later production dagger. Manufactured by the SMF company. Logo is found at base of blade.


GERMAN WWII LUFTWAFFE 1st Model Dagger - Corynthian leather handle with silver wire wrapping. Scabbard has a matching finish and has a chain attached to it permanently.




LUFTWAFFE 1st Model DAGGER - Manufactured by the Emil Voss company. Issued to Luftwaffe officers during WWII. Most of the chain is missing.


WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE 1ST MODEL - Manufactured by the E & F HORSTER company of Solingen. The logo is stamped at the base of the blade.


WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE 1ST MODEL - This is a dagger manufactured by the Eickhorn company. This is an early example with the nickel silver design.




The Second Model Luftwaffe Dagger - The Luftwaffe instituted the use of a dagger in 1934. There are two main types of Luftwaffe 1st model daggers produced; the first type had nickel fittings and was the earlier type. The second type had aluminum fittings and was introduced in late 1935. The data shown here allows the enthusiast to identify the Luftwaffe daggers and their present market value.



GERMAN LUFTWAFFE 2nd MODEL DAGGER - Burnt orange handle with silver wire wrapping. No manufacturer's logo stamped onthe blade.


LUFTWAFFE 2nd MODEL FW Holler DAGGER - White handle construction. Manufactured by F.W.Holler from Solingen. Complete with scabbard.


WWII LUFTWAFFE 2nd MODEL DAGGER - Complete with the Deluxe hangers. This dagger was manufactured by an unknown company.




LUFTWAFFE 2nd MODEL WKC DAGGER - Eraly white colored handle with silver wire wrapping. Manufactured by the WKC company.


WWII LUFTWAFFE 2nd MODEL DAGGER - White handle example with damage shown. No manufacturer markings. Complete with scabbard.


LUFTWAFFE 2nd MODEL DAGGER - Manufactured by the WKC company. Complete with the hangers and the silver portapee. Orange colored handle.






The SA dagger - represents one of the most affordable blades to collect. This is due to the fact that the daggers were produced in the millions since 1933 to the end of the war. During its life span, more than 200 manufacturers were known to produce the dagger. The enthusiast will be able to identify the SA dagger with the information displayed here. A dagger price guide is also included to illustrate the present market value.



GERMAN SA DAGGER E. P. & S - Manufactured in the city of Solingen. Mid-war production. Complete with hanger. The buckle is RZM stamped.


WWII SA DAGGER RZM M7/13 - Both the blade and the hanger are RZM stamped. Wooden handle with an eagle and the SA roundel.


WWII 1933 SA Honor Dagger - This dagger was issued to high level members of the SA. A very ornamental design which included a suspension chain.




WWII SA ABR SCHNITTERT DAGGER - Manufactured by the ABR. Schnittert (Wasso) company. Produced in the city of Aolingen Wald. a number has been inscribed at the base.


GERMAN SA DAGGER RZM M7/42 - A very nice example manufactured in 1942. Painted scabbard with very little wear, Complete with leather hanger.


WWII SA DAGGER HERM KONEJUNGA - This is a lesser known manufacturer. The dagger was made in the city of Solingen. mid war production.






The SS Dagger - represents one of the most sought after blades to collect. This is due to the fact that the daggers were issued to members of an elite fidghting force. During its life span, over 20 manufacturers were known to produce the dagger. The enthusiast will be able to identify the SS daggers with the information displayed here. A dagger price guide is also included to illustrate the present market value.



GERMAN SS DAGGER RZM 1198/38 - This example is in near mint condition. The blade shows almost no wear. Black wooden handle. Mid war peoduction.


WWII SS DAGGER RZM 534/38 - Complete with the black leather hanger. The RZM markings on the blade are followed by SS runnes.


GERMAN WWII SS DAGGER BY BOKER - Boker was a well known manufacturer of SS daggers. Made in the city of Solingen. Early war production.


REPRODUCTION GERMAN SS OFFICER SWORD - This is not a real sword but it is a very good replica made in Spain and may have some of the original parts in use.


WWII GERMAN CHAINED SS DAGGER - The design of this dagger is the same as the 1936 model except that it has an additional bracket in the scabbard and a chain.


WWII SS GROUND ROHM DAGGER - This is one of the daggers whose motto was fully ground-off after the "nght of the long knives". Manufactured by Eickhorn.




The German Red Cross, Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (DRK), was in place prior to the rise of the Third Reich. The Red Cross was operated as a civilian organization manned by volunteers with a small number of paid staff. In 1933 the DRK adopted the use of the Swastika as part of their normal insignia. A few years later the organization adopted the use of a dagger. This part of the website helps with the identification of Red Cross daggers and provides information about their present market value.



RED CROSS ENLISTED HEWER - Serrated blade with a blunt tip. Complete with the black metal scabbard. Silver pommel and crossguard.


RED CROSS LEADER HEWER - Orange handle is craked and broken on one side. Stiletto type blade. Multi-point star shaped cover.


RED CROSS ENLISTED HEWER - Heavy duy construction. Complete with the black leather frog. Silver pommel and crossguard.




RED CROSS ENLISTED HEWER - This is a Red Cross enlisted man dagger. Complete with the leather frog and scabbard.


RED CROSS ENLISTED HEWER - This is a German dagger issued by the Red Cross to enlisted members. Complete with the leather frog.


RED CROSS ENLISTED HEWER - This is a German dagger issued by the Red Cross to enlisted members. Complete with the leather frog.




The Kriegsmarine (English: "War navy") was the name of the German Navy between 1935 and 1945, during the Nazi regime, superseding the Reichsmarine, and the Kaiserliche Marine of World War I. The Kriegsmarine was one of three official branches of the Wehrmacht. The information provided here will provide the militaria enthusiast with the tools to identify German Navy daggers. Additional data includes pricing which establishes the present market value of the daggers.



NAVY OFFICER'S DAGGER - White colored handle with a swirled pattern. The pommel is on the shape of a sitting eagle. Complete with leather scabbard.


NAVY OFFICER'S ADMINISTRATION DAGGER - This is a dagger with a nickel silver hammered scabbard. Manufactured by the Eickhorn company.


NAVY OFFICER'S FIRST SERIES DAGGER - Manufactured by the E.u.F Horster company. Etched blade. Complete with the scabbard.




WWII GERMAN NAVY DAGGER - EICKHORN - White handle with bronze wire wrapping. Pommel in the shape of an eagle. Manufacturer marked.


FIRST MODEL NAVY DAGGER - This is the dagger with the round pommel. No swastika. White handle with wire wrapping. Complete with the scabbard.


NAVY OFFICER'S MINIATURE DAGGER - This is the miniature version of a German Navy officer dagger. The design is identical to the full size dagger.



The RAD was an organization created during the Third Reich for the purpose of preparing young adult for service in the military while performing civil works such as building roads, trails and other community projects. The RAD had two primary types of daggers. Both are discussed in this section. The combination of photos and information displayed here allows a person to be able to identify WWII German daggers. Pricing information is also provided so a person can determine the value of the daggers in the current market.



RAD SUBORDINATE HEWER - This is a very heavy duty dagger/hewer. With a stag handle and silver pommel in the shape of an eagle's head. Complete with scabbard.


RAD SUBORDINATE DAGGER HEWER - Manufactured by the Ed Wusthof company. The RAD logo is placed above the manufacturer's marking. Ges Gesch stamped.


RAD SUBORDINATE HEWER WITH HANGER - Stag handle construction. The blade is very heavy duty. Complete with the scabbard and leather hanger.




RAD LEADER'S DAGGER - This is a more refined dagger than the enlisted men. The pommel if of metal construction and in the shape of an eagle.


WWII GERMAN RAD LEADER'S DAGGER - White handle with an eagle head pommel. The handle is broken. Compelte with the silver scabbard.


WWII GERMAN RAD LEADER'S DAGGER - White handle with an eagle head pommel. Manufacturd by the Eickhorn company. Compelte with the silver scabbard.




The National Socialist Motor Corps (German: Nationalsozialistisches Kraftfahrkorps, NSKK), also known as the National Socialist Drivers Corps, was a paramilitary organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1931 to 1945. The group was a successor organization to the older National Socialist Automobile Corps, which had existed since the beginning of 1930.




WWII GERMAN NSKK LEADER DAGGER - This is the dagger issued to higher ranking personnel. The scabbard has an extra loop that attaches to the chain.


WWII GERMAN NSKK DAGGER - Brown wooden handle with a black scabbard. The SA eagle and roundel are applied to the handle. Single suspension ring.


WWII GERMAN NSKK DAGGER - This is an RZM m7/38 dagger. Complete with the black painted scabbard with a single suspoension ring.




WWII GERMAN NSKK DAGGER - This is an RZM m7/19 dagger. Complete with the black painted scabbard with a single suspoension ring. Dated 1938.




The Third Reich created a large number of para-military organizations. They were designed to promote the cause of the Nazi party. Members of organizations such as the NSKK, RLB and others were issued daggers as part of their dress uniform. The RLB This was the National Air Defense League. Enacted on April 29th 1933. Its mission was to develop civil defense forces among the population.




1ST MODEL SUBORDINATE RLB DAGGER - Manufactured by the WKC company of Solingen. This is the first model with the starburst and RLB in the center.


WWII GERMAN 2nd PATTERN DAGGER - No manufacturer's logo is found on this example. Black wooden handle with the swastika in the center of the starburst.


WWII GERMAN 1st PATTERN RLB DAGGER - Manufactured by. Black wooden handle with the swastika in the center of the starburst.





The Third Reich created a large number of para-military organizations. They were designed to promote the cause of the Nazi party. Members of organizations such as the NSKK, RLB and others were issued daggers as part of their dress uniform. The combination of photos and information displayed here allows a person to be able to identify WWII German daggers. Pricing information is also provided so a person can determine the value of the daggers in the current market.




CUSTOMS OFFICE DAGGER BY ALCOSO - The wrapping of the handle has been removed. The front of the crossguard has a customs eagle. Complete with the scabbard.


WWII GERMAN DLV DAGGER - Blue Corynthian leather wrapped handle. Early Nickel silver fittings. Complete with the scabbard and the hanger.


WWII GERMAN PILOT'S DAGGER (DLV) - Manufactured by the Ahelbig company of Steinbachkom. Blue handle with a silver pommel. Scabbard has a blue leather cover too.




WWII GERMAN PILOT'S DAGGER (DLV) - Blue handle with a silver pommel. Scabbard has a blue leather cover too.


WWII GERMAN TENO DAGGER - Whitish handle with a silver pommel. The scabbard is missing.




The Hitler Youth Knife (German: Hitler-Jugend-Fahrtenmesser) was a knife sold to and carried by boys of the paramilitary youth organization of the Nazi Party that existed from 1922 to 1945. The Hitler Youth wore knives as part of their uniform, which was very similar to those worn by the Sturmabteilung or SA. The knife was also given to those who performed exceptionally well in minor exams.
This part of the website provides basic identification and a price guide for Hitler Youth knives.




WWII GERMAN HITLER YOUTH KNIFE - Manufactured by the BOKER company. Rubber black handle with a checkered pattern. A swastika roundel is placed in the handle.


HITLER YOUTH KNIFE - This is RZM marked, M7/13, knife. One section of the crossguard is broken. Complete with the scabbard with a leather strap.


WWII GERMAN HITLER YOUTH KNIFE - This is a transitional type with double markings. Dated 1939. RZM 7/42 on top with WKC knight stamp on the bottom.




HITLER YOUTH KNIFE - As issued during WWII. This is an RZM marked blade, M7/13. Complete with the scabbard and leather strap. Correct front rivet applied to scabbard.


WWII GERMAN HITLER YOUTH KNIFE - Manufactured by the Eickorn company. Early squirrel stamp applied to the middle of the blade.


WWII GERMAN HITLER YOUTH KNIFE - This is a transitional knife. It has an RZM number of M 7/9. The other marking is SMF. Manufactured in Solingen. Dated 1937.




Germany has always been known for their high quality edge weapons and knives. The WWII period saw the creation of various types of blades. From bayonets to knife, the quality was always of utmost importance. The data presented here will allow the enthusiast to identify edge weapons from the Third Reich. A commonly asked question is; How much is my collectible worth? A price guide is provided here to show the present worth of the edge weapons.




WWII GERMAN 98K BAYONET 43ASW - Wooden handle bayonet. Dated 1943. Manufactured by the ASW company. Complete with scabbard and leather frog.


ZCHECHOSLOVAKIAN NAZI PARTY BAYONET - Wooden handles with the number 206 stamped on the blade. Dot stamped on other side. ZSQ foudn on scabbard.


WWII GERMAN K98 41CRS BAYONET - Dated 1941. Manufactured by the CRS company. Pommel stamped with waffen marks. No frog. Complete with the scabbard.


WWII GERMAN K98 BY RICH HERDER BAYONET - This is a matching numbers bayonet. Complete with the leather frog. Blade is stamped with manufacturer's logo.


WWII GERMAN K98 BAYONET BY FU HORSTER - Non matching numbers bayonet. Blade is stemped with a number and maker's logo. COmplete with frog.


WWII GERMAN K98 BAYONET BY BERG & Co - Dated 1939. Matching numbers bayonet. No frog. Berg & Co made a large number of edge weapons during WWII.




Miliatry forces throughout the world have developed fighting knives. These are effective weapons in hand to hand combat. the Germans during WWII employed a fighting knife with roots in WWI. They developed different versions of the knife but the changes were primarily on the handle. The basic design remained intact. The data presented here will allow the enthusiast to identify edge weapons from the Third Reich. A commonly asked question is; How much is my fighting knife worth? A price guide is provided here to show the present worth of the edge weapons.




WWII GERMAN FIGHTING KNIFE - Wooden handle with angled lines covering the center part. Held together by two rivets. Complete with the scabbard. Comes with a lether frog.


WWII GERMAN FIGHTING KNIFE - Manufactured by the PUMA company. Smooth type handle held together by three brass rivets. Black metal scabbard.


WWII GERMAN FIGHTING KNIFE - Wooden handle with contoured grips. Three rivets hold them in place. The blade has multiple faces. Metal scabbard.


WWII GERMAN FIGHTING KNIFE - Manufactured by the UNION company. The handle is wooden and heavily grooved. The cross guard is in an "S" shape.


WWII GERMAN PARATROOPER KNIFE - Manufactured by the SMF company from Solingen. Wooden handle. The blade comes straight out.


WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE FIGHTING KNIFE - Wooden handles with multiple chanels cut out to enhance grip. The Luftwaffe eagle is stamped on the pommel.




German organizations are well known for their propencity to use edge weapons as a symbol. of status. one method used to express This custom was via the use of the dress or parade bayonet. These blades were baiscally the same or very close to the combat counterparts but were chromes and highly adorned. The WWII period saw the creation of various types of parade blades. Organizations such as the Army, police and fire departments produced high quality dress bayonets. The data presented here will allow the enthusiast to identify edge weapons from the Third Reich. A commonly asked question is; What is the value of my bayonet? A price guide is provided here to show the present worth of the edge weapons.



ENGRAVED BLADES

WWII GERMAN ARMY K98 ENGRAVED DRESS BAYONET - Manufactured by WKC. The blade is beautifully engraved with a Luftwaffe eagle and leafing.


LUFTWAFFE ETCHED BLADE DRESS BAYONET - Stag handle bayonet with a beautifully engraved blade with aircraft flying including Luftwaffe and Whermarcht eagles.


WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE PARADE ETCHED BAYONET - manufactured by Eickhorn. This blade was one of a series produced in the early 1940's. Beautifully engraved.




WWII GERMAN ARMY ENGRAVED DRESS BAYONET - Manufactured by WKC. The blade is beautifully engraved with an Army eagle is found on each end. Leafing is added for decoration.



POLICE DRESS BAYONETS

STAG HANDLE POLICE BAYONET BY WKC - This is an early blade by this manufacturer. Stag handle construction with the pommel in an eagle's head shape.


POLICE STAG HANDLE BAYONET BY WKC - This is the black scabbard and leather frog model which indicated city police. Stag handle with police eagle.


WWII GERMAN POLICE DRESS BAYONET - This is a city police officer bayonet. Black leather scabbard with matching frog. Manufactured by the ACS company.




WWII GERMAN POLICE DRESS BAYONET - This is a city police officer bayonet. Black leather scabbard with matching frog. Manufactured by the Ewald Goeff company. Unit marked.



POLICE/FIRE DRESS BAYONETS

WWII FIRE/POLICE LAUTER PARADE BAYONET - Missing the scabbard. Black plastic grips with a heavy checkered pattern. "S" shape crossguard.


WWII GERMAN FIRE/POLICE DRESS BAYONET BY EPACK - Manufacturer's logo is found on the base of the blade. Complete with the leather frog.


TIGER DRESS POLICE/FIRE DRESS BAYONET - The base of the blade shows the image of a prowling tiger. Black plastic grips. Black metal scabbard.




FIREFIGHTER DRESS BAYONET BY ROBERT KLAAS - Complete with the leather frog. Double edge blade has been chromed. Plastic grips with checkered pattern.


FIRE/POLICE DRESS BAYONET BY GUSTAV SPITZER - One side of the grips is melted. The scabbard shows surface rust. The blade shows manufacturer's logo.


WWII GERMAN FIRE/POLICE BAYONET - Complete with the multi-color knot. Black metal scabbard with the leather frog. Black plastic handle.



ARMY DRESS BAYONETS

ARMY STAG HANDLE
DRESS BAYONET
- Manufactured by Rich Abr Herder. Stag handles with the green felt inserted in the rifle groove. Complete with frog.


WWII GERMAN PUMA STAG HANDLE DRESS BAYONET - Silver pommel. Two rivets secure the stag grips in place. The scabbard is black and present.


WWI GERMAN ARMY PARADE BAYONET - Brass handles with pommel in shape of bird's head. Leather scabbard with brass fittings. The blade has several etchings.




GERMAN ARMY STAHL DRESS BAYONET - Plastic checkered grips. manufactured by the Stahl company of Solingen. Complete with the scabbard.


WWII GERMAN EICKHORN DRESS BAYONET - Brown leather frog with remnants of a green and white portapee. Black plastic grips with a checkered pattern.

WWII GERMAN ARMY EICKHORN PARADE BAYONET - Silver pommel in the shape of a bird's head. Blade is marked Eickhorn. Complete with a black leather frog.







Germany has always been known for their high quality edge weapons and knives. The WWII period saw the creation of various types of blades. From bayonets to knife, the quality was always of utmost importance. The data presented here will allow the enthusiast to identify edge weapons from the Third Reich. A commonly asked question is; How much is my collectible worth? A price guide is provided here to show the present worth of the edge weapons.




WWII GERMAN HUNTING CUTLAS BY EICKHORN - White handles with three metal eickhorns on the side. The blade shows nice hunting etchings. maker marked.


WWII GERMAN HUNTING STAG HANDLE KNIFE - This is a smaller knife. Stag handle with a silver cap. The blade has nice etchings. Complete with scabbard.


WWII GERMAN HUNTING CUTLAS - Stag handle construction with a metal pommel in the shape of a corn nut. The crossguard are deer huffs. Scabbard included.




The Third Reich created a large number of swords for various military and paramilitary organizations. Like in many other cultures, the swords are a symbol more than a fighting weapon. Some of the swords had very elaborate designs which included Lion and Panther heads for pommels. Companies such as Eickhorn developed series of limited edition swords. This section of the website provides the visitor with information to identify swords and determine the sword's value.



POLICE AND SS SWORDS

WWII GERMAN POLICE SWORD - EARLY SS - Wire type SS runnes are stamped on the crossfuard and the throat of the scabbard. Issue to all police officers.


WWII GERMAN SS OFFICER SWORD - This sword is complete with the silver portapee. The handle is black and has a series of silver lines. SS logo in center.


WWII GERMAN POLICE OFFICER SWORD - This is the standard police sword. Manufactured by Paul Weyersberg. Black handle with silver horizontal lines.


ARMY SWORDS

ARMY NCO SWORD BY CARL EICKHORN - known as the Dove head pattern due to the shape of the pommel. Black grip with silver wire wrapping.


WWII GERMAN ARMY OFFICER'S SWORD - Manufactured by F.W. Hoster from Solingen. This was the standard sword for the Army. Black colored grips.


ARMY NCO ALUMINUM SWORD BY CARL EICKHORN - The grips are black Bakelite with an aluminum spine, hand and cross guards. Army eagle in front.





LUFTWAFFE SWORDS

WWII GERMAN LUFTWAFFE GENERAL'S SWORD - This is a high ranking officer sword. Beautiful construction which includes a Damascus blade with a guild design.






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Additional dagger information is found here: The History of the German Edge Weapons
  1. The history of the SA dagger
  2. The history of the 2nd Model Luftwaffe dagger
  3. The history of the Subordinate RAD dagger
  4. The history of the RAD Leader dagger
  5. The history of the 98K Bayonet
  6. The 98K Parade Bayonet
  7. The German Fighting Knife
  8. The German Hunting Cutlass
  9. The German Paratrooper Knife
  10. The 98K Stag Handle Bayonet
  11. The police Stag Handle Bayonet


  12. Purchasing a dagger

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TOPICS OF INTEREST
The following are a series of topics that are relevant to the history of the German edge weapons of the Third Reich.


  1. German WWII edge weapons anatomy

    The Third Reich produced a large number of variations of daggers, knives and swords. Understanding the anatomy of these pieces will help the enthusiast gain a better appreciation for the collectibles.







  2. NAZI dagger RZM Numbers

    The RZM was an origanization developed as a means to control the quality of the items being produced for the Third reich. Companies were issued a unique RZM number that they would stamp on their products as a means to show compliance with the regulations.







  3. German Dagger Blade Markings

    Daggers, swords and knives during the Third Reich were usually stamped with the manufacturer's logo or designated factory code. A list of some of the markings is provided here.







  4. NSKK Hilt markings

    The NSKK marked their daggers for the purpose of indicating the area of the country where the blade was issued. The following is a list of the different areas.







  5. Hitler Youth knife markings

    The Hitler Youth divided its members into territorial group commands. Their edge weapons were ofted stamped with characters to indicate the territory where the blade was issued. These numbers were often placed above the RZM number or the maker's mark.







  6. SA dagger hilt markings

    The SA divided its chapters into districts all around Germany. Markings were placed in the hilt of the SA dagger as a means to indicate the district where the dagger was issued.







  7. Non-RZM Manufacturer markings

    There is a small number of manufacturers of edge weapons for which we have not been able to find an RZM number.







  8. WWII German Dagger hangers

    Many WWII German edge weapons were attached to the uniforms via the use of hangers. This is a pictorial view of some of those items.







  9. Dagger, Sword and knife construction materials

    The Nazi daggers, knives and swords were produced of different materials. Here is a list of the ones that were widely used.








  10. Army Dagger Manufacturers
  11. Luftwaffe Dagger Manufacturers
  12. Navy Dagger Manufacturers
  13. SA Dagger Manufacturers
  14. SS Dagger Manufacturers
  15. Dress Bayonet Manufacturers






  16. SA Gruppe or Headquarter (HQ)

    The SA organization has a series of headquarters distributed across Germany and some of its conquered areas. This is a map and list of the headquarters.







  17. Military and civilian organizations of the Third Reich

    The Nazi regime established organizations to manage political, military and public duties. most of these groups designed and ordered edge weapons for their members.







  18. Purchasing a dagger

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