Verwundetenabzeichen 1939 in Schwarz

This award is slightly different than the Spanish Wound Badge, because the crossway placed swords are somewhat broader and the new steel helmed type, the M35 model is used for this badge. The swastika on the helmet is slightly lager and the dots on the intermediary fields are on this badge placed in horizontally lines. Further is the badge oval shaped with a laurel leaves wreath at the outer edge of the badge. At the base of the badge is a knot and at the top are three berries underneath each other placed. The black version is usually hollow at the reverse and it is made of many different materials. The most common are made of brass and steel. Because there were so many different producers of this award, there are multiple pin with hook constructions. The most common is a thin round pin with a simple hook construction. The black version is awarded for 1 or 2 wounds.

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NameDate of birthDate of deathAwards
Vaerst, von, Gustav Friedrich Julius19-04-189410-10-1975more 
Vandieken, Anton04-07-190929-10-2005more 
Vaulot, Eugène01-06-192302-05-1945 
Veiss, Voldemars07-11-189916-04-1944more 
Veith, Johann27-07-191616-12-1944more 
Velde, Johann10-03-192116-03-1995more 
Verlei, Rudolf27-10-1920 more 
Vermeer, Leo Gerardus Maria 00-00-1943 
Versock, Kurt14-02-189517-03-1963more 
Verton, Hendrik C.   
Viechter, Korbinian27-11-191412-02-2006more 
Vielwerth, Wilhelm-August "Erich"10-02-191212-08-1997more 
Vieweger, Wolfgang14-09-1918 more 
Vincon, Otto23-01-190613-04-1945more 
Vliet, van der, Jan27-06-192400-00-1944 
Vogel, Walter (WH-Inf.Rgt. 118)12-01-1915 more 
Vogt, Adolf (WH-Grenadier)31-08-191521-09-1992 
Voigt, Dieter03-02-1923 more 
Voigt, Wilhelm13-04-1917 more 
Volke, Kurt04-01-192022-10-2012more 
Volkmann, Richard30-03-191112-04-1965more 
Vollmer, Günter15-05-191710-12-2004more 
Völkel, Josef00-00-191427-05-1941