German Oliympic 1936 Decoration Cross 1st Class Maximize

German Olympic medal 1936 - 2nd Class - ( Decoration )

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The German Olympic Decoration (German: Deutsche Olympia-Ehrenzeichen or Deutsches Olympiaehrenzeichen) was a civil decoration of Nazi Germany awarded to administrators of the IV Olympic Winter Games in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the Games of the XI Olympiad in Berlin 1936. The award was not intended for actual participants in the Olympic Games, but rather in recognition of those who had orchestrated the "behind the scenes" preparations and work for the events.

Several members of the SS, including, Reinhard Heydrich, Karl Wolff and Heinrich Himmler were awarded the Olympic Games decoration for providing security during the event. Hermann Fegelein was awarded the decoration for overseeing the preparation of the courses and facilities for the equestrian events.The decoration was presented to Leni Riefenstahl for her work in filming the various sports events. It was also presented, 2nd Class, to Hiroshi Ōshima, the Japanese Ambassador to Nazi Germany.

                                    The 2nd Class Version,of Which 3,364 were Awarded.

 

German Olympic Games Decoration Second Class

 

 

 

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German Olympic medal 1936 - 2nd Class - ( Decoration )

German Olympic medal 1936 - 2nd Class - ( Decoration )

                      Nice white enamel,gold plated.

Recommended by us due to the High Quality and detail of this product.

Will not be disappointed with the quality of item.



              ----------------Looks Like Orginal------------------- 

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