2 edition of "Steadfast in loyalty", the Bavarian motto found in the catalog.
"Steadfast in loyalty", the Bavarian motto
R. C. Fuller
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|Pagination||88p., leaves of plates :|
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Earle Covington Smith, 7th Infantry Brigade, 4th Division. Notebook with pencil diagram labeled "Toxic Smoke." Veterans History Project, American Folklife Center, Library of Congress () Enlarge German helmet, probably acquired by soldier Walker Harrison Jordon, ca. Jordan Family Papers, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress () Enlarge German helmet, probably acquired. Bavarian Officer's degen I just received this Bavarian Degen made by Carl Eichorn. I'm curious what model this would be. The motto is: "IN TREUE FEST" the official motto of Bavaria around , the Bavarians added the requirement that all officers' edged weapons had to display this motto. "In Loyalty Steadfast" Dale ,
Follow/Fav Babylon 5 SI. By: the main body being brass which contrasted well against the silver round face that had the Bavarian Motto "steadfast in loyalty" above a crown sitting atop an imperial laurel wreath and beneath that the Prussian Motto "God With Us" both mottos wherein german. Auslandsdeutscher Reichsverband (Kapp-Putsch) The motto of the Verband is "In Treue Fest" (Steadfast in loyalty) inscribed on it's flag. Credits: Elements taken from wikimedia commons and to for inspiring this piece. Image size. xpx MB.
"Meine Ehre Heisst Treue" is a German phrase that translates roughly to "My Honor Is Loyalty." This phrase was used as a motto of the Waffen SS in Nazi Germany; as a result, many neo-Nazis and other white supremacists around the world use this German phrase, or English equivalent. Original Item: Only One Available. This is a German first world war Bavarian Mannschaften (Other Ranks) brass mounted tin plate (not leather) helmet known as a Pickelhaube, for the Foot-troops (Infantry). The specific model is actually quite rare and is known as a Eisenblech (tin plate) Ersatz-Helme (Substitute helmet). The M was the second to last step in the final evolution in a long.
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Bavarian Studentenverbindung KBStV Rhaetia München (founded ) uses the motto cum fide virtus ("virtue with loyalty"), intended as a Latin translation of the Wittelsbacher motto; KStV Alamannia Tübingen uses the Latin translation In fide firmitas ("steadfastness in loyalty").
The sword blade is engraved on both sides with the inscription "In Treue Fest" meaning steadfast in loyalty. Steadfast in loyalty was the Bavarian motto during WW1.
Near the hilt, the blade is engraved with the Carl Eickhorn logo used circatwo squirrels back to back above “C.E.” Tyskt svärd av Carl Eickhorn, ca The sword blade is engraved on both sides with the inscription "In Treue Fest" meaning steadfast in loyalty.
This was the Bavarian motto during WW1. Near the hilt, the blade is engraved with the Carl Eickhorn logo used circatwo squirrels back to back above “C.E.” Tyskt svärd av Carl Eickhorn, ca " quillback blade, 1" wide at forte. Brass lion's head hilt with wire-wrapped leather grip.
Blade etched with Bavarian motto "In Treue Fest [steadfast in loyalty]" with maker's mark on obverse shows lion supporting a shield with Bavarian arms.
House of Wittelsbach (Bavaria): "In Treue fest" (Steadfast in loyalty) - later the name of a monarchist league which got banned by the Nazis.
Ironically, the league and the Nazi party were founded in the same building, two years apart. "Let other's wage war " was not, as far as I know, the official motto.
Blade is engraved with the Bavarian motto "In Treue Fest" (steadfast in loyalty; firm in fidelity). Patina and oxidation to blade. Scabbard has rust as well. Blade measures 32 inches long. The 29 inch blade is etched "In Treue fest" (steadfast in loyalty) both sides. There are some inert rust patches towards the point, but the sword is overall good and firm in the hilt.
The hilt and grip are good, as is the original sword knot. Bahamas: Forward, Upward, Onward Together Bahrain: No official motto. Bangladesh: No official al slogan and war cry: Joy Bangla, (Bengali: Victory to Bengal).Four fundamental principles: Democracy, Socialism, Secularism and Nationalism Barbados: Pride and Industry Bavaria: formerly, In Treue fest (German: "steadfast in loyalty") Belarus: No official motto.
Please let the picture's speak louder than me. T hat said I believe the sword to be a. A 19 Century ~~~German Austrian Solingen Eickhorn Officer Sword~~~The etching is a Bavarian motto meaning "In Loyalty Steadfast" or Treue meaning loyalty, firm faith, true, allegiance, fedelity.
An Introduction to Bavarian Posted by Constanze on in Culture, Geography, Language. Well, when I first started writing for this blog I promised I would bring some Bavarian into it. So here goes. Bavarian flag featuring coat of arms. Photo. Jordan likely brought this Bavarian spiked helmet back to the United States as a war souvenir.
The motto on the helmet “In treue fest” translates as "steadfast in loyalty.". The gilded brass plate on the helmet bears the Bavarian State coat of arms supported by two lions, and the State motto, In Treue Fest (In Loyalty Steadfast).
The inside of the rear visor is stamped ‘ 15 I.R. ‘, indicating the 15th Bavarian infantry regiment, the regimental number is embossed, and not an ink stamp, indicating that this.
This Sword and Scabbard are in good condition for their age. They do show wear and Patina. Please see pictures for condition WWI BAVARIAN INFANTRY OFFICER'S SWORDMARKED IN. In treue fest (German, In loyalty steadfast) Belarus: No What is the German Motto The Q&A wiki What is the German motto in English.
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They 4/5. Blade is etched to both sides with the Bavarian state motto – In Treue Fest – Steadfast with Loyalty. In good overall condition – scabbard throat missing.
Blade length is inches (38 inches overall). Steadfast definition is - firmly fixed in place: immovable. How to use steadfast in a sentence. Did You Know. Synonym Discussion of steadfast.
France: The whispering walls of the Western Front ("Steadfast in loyalty"), which was the motto of the kingdom of Bavaria. German inscriptions tended to be functional and infused with.
Very good condition for its age, and its inscribed “in treue fest”, It means “steadfast in loyalty, firm in fidelity”. Which has been the Bavarian motto for a long time. Seller assumes all Seller Rating: % positive.
Beautiful etched Bavarian Army Flag and Motto IN Treue Fest a motto originating from the order of Hubert of the Dukes ofJulich and Berg 15th century of lower Franconia Meaning Steadfast in loyalty Firm In Fidelity. What needs to be said about this sword. Steadfast definition: If someone is steadfast in something that they are doing, they are convinced that what | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.steadfast adj adjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house." (determined, not changing) firme adj mf adjetivo de una sola terminación: Adjetivos de una sola terminación en singular ("amable", "constante") pero .This example is excellent and has correct Bavarian coat of arms, over the kingdom's motto, In Treue Fest, German for "steadfast in loyalty." Pickelhaube has wonderful correct Bavarian blue and white kokarden (cockade) on right side, but is missing the Imperial German cockade.
The rear neck guard is loose at the seam on one side.