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Bulgarian Air Force Observer badge, 1936-44, German made

Bulgarian Air Force Observer badge, 1936-44, German made

This badge came into use when Bulgaria recommenced official military flying after the prohibitions after WW1 and the development of the secret air force, a sort of organisation of civilian flying clubs with a military training purpose. This badge is German made by the Sedlatzek firm. Many Germans of the Luftwaffe served with the Bulgarian Air Force during WW2. This badge was adapted by the invading Russians in 1944 by removing the state crown and replacing it with a red star or a red star with hammer and sickle. There were also Bulgarian made versions of the same badge.

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Chris Langley | Bulgarian Air Force Observer badge, 1936-44, German made
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