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Reference Name LINRM : 1984/1643

German flag of the Hitler regime; red flag with black and white and swastika and iron cross in canton; taken from Bremen Airfield by Major (Maj) L.H.B. Colvin MC of the 2nd Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment

Physical Dimensions:

  • length: 1500mm
  • width: 930mm

Material: textile

Condition: fair

Quantity: 1this flag and 1984/1644 have had their numbers swopped at sometime, the current numbers appear to be correct but it is possible that they are not

Completeness: complete

Inscription: LOH KF-FL. 100x170

Colour: black, white & red

Period: 2nd World War

Organisation:

unit: Lincolnshire Regiment

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