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Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.

Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.
Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.

Blood Order Cased |1st Pattern | 9th Hundertschaft Member.

 

An important  cased Blood Order awarded to Ludwig Schmeidl

9th Hundertschaft 

Original Numbered Case | Original Buttonhole Ribbon

The first pattern Blood Order with the impressed recipient’s number ‘700,’ the ‘990’ silver content number, and maker name, Feuss, München, in relief. The Blood Order complete with its silk buttonhole ribbon in black, white & red. The award contained with its original burgundy leatherette case with gold blocked lid; the underside  with its original issue label bearing the number '700.'

Condition report: The Blood Order in near-excellent overall condition, showing just light use. Much of the original grey/green anodised finish intact. The buttonhole ribbon showing some light wear. The case in particularly good condition with just light use to showing.

9th Hundertschaft & The Putsch 8/9 November 1923: 9.Kompanie.SA-Regiment München, assembled at the Rosenheimer Strasse in readiness to march. It was noon before Hitler and his leadership started the march. At the front was Hitler, along with his immediate leadership which included Ulrich Graff, Hermann Kriebel, Friedrich Weber, Hermann Göring and others. Stosstrupp Adolf Hitler were positioned directly behind The Leadership, followed by the 12 Kompanies which made up SA-Regiment München. Further down the line of marchers, in order of priority, was the Infanterieschule, Oberlander, plus a gathering of other units of sympathisers.

The Companies marched down the Zweibrucken (where enthusiastic supporters brandished swastika flags),through the Isartor Gate, up the Tal, and towards the Feldherrnhalle where the police had formed a defensive-block. A policeman fired a single gun shot at the marchers, resulting in a burst of gun-fire from both sides: supporters rushed into doorways for protection, while the Companies -  many with frontline experience- dropped to the ground. Only those Companies to the fore-  for example, the Kompanies of SA-Regiment München, realised the source- and reason- for the gun shot.

As firing stopped, Kommandeur of the 9th Hundertschaft, Hans Zöberlein immediately rallied his men in an effort to move them away from the chaos, the police folowed in hot pursuit, arresting any marchers (Putschists) in sight. In an effort to evade arrest and imprisonment, over the coming days many Putschists escaped to Austria, or stayed with friends  and/or relatives living in rural areas.

  

 


 

 

Price: POA

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