These pieces of porcelain originate from cups and plates and were used by the Germany Army to eat and drink. These specific porcelain relics are used by the Reichsarbeitsdienst (also called RAD), an auxiliary formation which provided support for the Wehrmacht armed forces. Each enlisted RAD man was supplied with a spade and a bicycle. The RAD’s contribution to the war effort was mainly aimed at construction works, like digging trenches, building bunkers and preparing minefields. By the end of the war Reichsarbeitsdienst forces were also involved in armed combat at the frontlines.
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- 100% authentic WW2 Reichsarbeitsdienst porcelain
- Contains (part of) a Reichsarbeitsdienst stamp
- Used and lost on a WW2 battleground
- Made in the Third Reich
- Varying (pre-)war production years and manufacturers
- Dug up by Chris himself
Our exclusive artifacts are shipped from the Netherlands. If you are living in a different customs union than the European Union, customs may apply. These charges are your responsibility as we are only charging the transportation fee for your order.