This Tactical flag "Lubbeck" 58 Infantry Division was found at Konigsberg area. Perhaps this Tactical flag is related to the author of the book (in the last photo, the cover of the book).He commanded the 13th Company of the 154th Grenadier Regiment of the 58th Infantry Division
More than 500 pages, more than 1000 photos of buckles from world collections and the highest quality of printing. The publication is made on paper of the German company Feldmuhle, which produced toilet and tissue paper, as well as paper for newspapers and magazines before and during the war. The catalog covers almost all known types and varieties from the early buckles of the mid-thirties of the last century to the late buckles of the first half of the forties. All of them are grouped into chapters (10 in total), by manufacturer and type. Both front-line and front-line variants, including officers ' ones, are considered. The evolution of belts from the earliest in the Reich to the latest is described. The topic of archeology is also touched upon. In the additional appendix, the buckles of the Kriegsmarine sailors, including officers ' buckles, are considered. For each buckle, the degree of rarity is determined in the form of a bar with iron crosses, from one (rarity) to four (mass) One-third of the circulation is already in reserve, most of it is paid for. There are no analogues in Wehrmacht buckles book.