Original German – Ukrainian WW2 Bag from 1st Ukrainian Division UNA of 14th Waffen SS Grenadier Division, 1944
For your consideration is the Original German – Ukrainian WW2 Bag from 1st Ukrainian Division UNA of 14th Waffen SS Grenadier Division, Перша Українська Дивізія, 1944.
The bag is very large and has emblem of 14th Waffen SS Grenadier Division 1st Galician and stamp of year – 1944 – see the images.
Any items related to Galician regiment are very rare and have a lot of historical value. From real old collection!
Size: 850 x 515 x 6 mm.
This item was obtained from a large old collection in Europe. The previous owner is opening a museum of WW2 Military and he needs some money for that. He has 20.000+ items for his museum. We bought from him 500+ unique items museum qualification and now we are starting to listing it.
Estimate price: $750 – $800.
For some reason the price, including the starting price, significantly dropped down !!!
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History: The 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS (1st Galician) (German: 14. Waffen Grenadier Division der SS (galizische Nr.1), Ukrainian: 14а Гренадерська Дивізія СС (1а галицька)), prior to 1944 titled the 14th SS-Volunteer Division “Galicia” (German: 14. SS-Freiwilligen Division “Galizien”, Ukrainian: 14а Добровільна Дивізія СС “Галичина”) was a World War II German military formation initially made up of volunteers from the region of Galicia with a Ukrainian ethnic background but later also incorporated Slovaks, Czechs and Dutch volunteers and officers. Formed in 1943, it was largely destroyed in the battle of Brody, reformed, and saw action in Slovakia, Yugoslavia and Austria before being renamed the first division of the Ukrainian National Army and surrendering to the Western Allies by 10 May 1945.