A 9cm x 13.5cm, black and white photograph of Luftwaffe pilotís wife or girlfriend wearing his uniform. The so-called "Frau in Uniform" genre of portraits began in WW1 as a way of shaming men into joining the German Army. It later became a trend in WW2 for wives and girlfriends to wear the manís uniform, perhaps as a good-luck charm. In this photo, she is seen wearing his full lieutenantís uniform, including his Frontflugspange, EK1, Sport Badge and the EKII ribbon in the buttonhole.

GRADE ****                             PRICE $72.00

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