Product Description: The white German Army recruiting service armband was worn by non-uniformed German personnel who were attached to the Armed Forces during WWII. Often, these were worn by men of the Wehrersatzdienststellen who were operating with the German Army. The German Army recruiting service armband was introduced with the Army Mobilization Order of March 12TH 1937. These armbands are very uncommon and when found are usually in unissued condition. This is a great example, in very good condition. This German Army recruiting service armband is a textbook Bevo-style machine embroidered armband. It bears the German Army adler eagle in black. There is no staining and the armband is overall crisp, with no signs of real wear. This German Army Recruiting Service Armband is a nice one, made especially desirable by the overall condition.