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An extremely rare British, AFPU (Army Film and Photographic Unit) sleeve recognition badge. Badge is in excellent damage free condition being slightly grubby due to use.
Removed from a tunic.
Moth and damage free.
The Army Film and Photographic Unit was formed during WW2 to follow the British army and record not only its victories but also its set backs.
The unit became synonymous and probably most famous for its work at the latter stages of WW2 in filming the Arnhem, ’D’ Day and Rhine crossing campaigns etc. as well as the horrors uncovered on the liberation of concentration camps such as Bergen Belsen.

WANTED:- Good quality un-common, British army WW1 & WW2 formations signs and uniform insignia!

This is a SOLD Item.
It is currently on view in Mons Military Antiques ‘Archive Pages’ of previously stocked and sold items....For items currently on sale from Mons’ go to the ‘On-Line Shop’ pages !