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This original Third Reich Kodak advertising pin is
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During the Third Reich and prior to the start of World War II in Europe, Kodak cameras were very popular and ubiquitous in Germany. The headquarters of Kodak AG in Germany were in Stuttgart at the Dr. Nagel-Werk where Kodak manufactured movie cameras and still cameras.
The very rare 2-3/8 inch advertising stickpin is an original Third Reich stickpin from the Kodak AG Dr. Nagel-Werk in Stuttgart and features a tiny Kodak folding camera above a red dot on which the words Kodak Nagel appear. The twisted stickpin is soldered below the identification of the pin manufacturer, M.&W. ST.
One of the reasons we know this Nazi pin was used in Germany during the Third Reich is because it came back to the United States with a young American woman who acquired it during her participation in the VI Reichstagung der Auslanddeutschen in Stuttgart in the summer of 1938.
NAZI ERA GERMAN KODAK CAMERA STICKPIN
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