Award items and badges of the SV Dynamo

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The highest award was a banner of Felix Dzerzhinsky

The Sports Club Dynamo awarded many signs, badges, medals or lapel pins to its own members. The highest was the title of Dzerzhinsky-Athlete (German: Dzierzynskisportler).[1]

The pin of the SG Dynamo Adlershof[edit]

(German: Abzeichen der SG Dynamo Adlershof) was awarded by the SG Dynamo Adlershof, and was an award of the Dynamo Sports Club. The pin of the SG Dynamo Adlershof was a joint badge with the SG Dynamo Adlerhof service focus in sport shooting, formerly of the Dynamo Sports Club. The badge, which also occurred in embroidered form for the track suit, shows the familiar logo of the Sports Club Dynamo on a burgundy granular base with the convoluted white "D". Among them on a tape, which adapts the triangle shape, the inscription: SG Dynamo Adlershof. The back of the badge is flat and displays a soldered horizontal stitched needle. [2]

The Badge of the 30th Conference of the leaders of the sports organizations in the protection and security institutions in the socialist countries[edit]

(German: Abzeichen der 30. Konferenz der Leitungen der Sportorganisationen der Schutz- und Sicherheitsorgane der sozialistischen Länder) The silver badge, which was designed with a pad printing, has a height of 34.6 mm and a width of 30 mm, shield-shaped superficial and shows the City Hall (German:Rotes Rathhaus) of East Berlin. In the two-line inscription: 30 / CONFERENCE below to see the logo and the building of the sports association with the winding "D". The back is smooth and shows a vertically soldered lappet needle.[3]

Brooch for Championships of the SG Dynamo Hohenschönhausen[edit]

(German: Brosche/ Meisternadel der SG Dynamo Berlin Hohenschönhausen) was awarded by the SG Dynamo Hohenschönhausen, an award of the Sports Club. The brooch of the championship in 1968 in medal form has a diameter of 34.6 mm and shows on their obverse four sports. These include volleyball, gymnastics, athletics, climbing a on military pentatlon by a soldier. Among these motifs, the inscription SG DYNAMO BERLIN-HOHENSCHÖNHAUSEN is readable. The reverse of the coin shows the centrally raised embossed inscription 15 years SV Dynamo which has an inscription from one to the upper right curved laurel wreath penetrated. At the top of the medal is an eyelet to which a 40.2 mm wide x 22.5 mm high clip, which should be placed on granular basic black, red and gold enamel. Center is the national emblem of the GDR imprinted on the logo of the Dynamo sports association, the winding "D" is seen. Above the upper band is a curved black field with the ribbon "MEISTER 1968". The needle is like Master of the medal shows of the year 1969, but on her lapel is a change in the inscription, which is readable "20 YEARS GDR" (German: 20 JAHRE DDR). [4]

SC Dynamo Berlin emblem[edit]

It was a joining badge of the SC Dynamo Berlin. The badge of the SC Dynamo Berlin with service focus on football, basketball, boxing, ice hockey, figure skating, speed skating, parachuting, handball, judo, athletics, equestrian, cycling, rowing, shooting, swimming, diving and gymnastics. The badges, which were embroidered in shape for the track suit shows the familiar logo of the Sports Club Dynamo on a burgundy background with the white convoluted "D". This is flanked both sides by a laurel wreath. At the bottom tip of the badge is on a black background of the logo to readable: Sportclub. [5]

Award of 20 years Sports Club Dynamo[edit]

(German: Auszeichnung 20 Jahre Sportvereinigung Dynamo) was awarded by the SV Dynamo, an award of the Sports Club. The back of the badge is flat and displays a soldered horizontal stitched needle. The badge is shaped like a coin is round and has a diameter of 39 mm. She points to her lower right obverse the logo of the SV Dynamo and the top left of them sports the logo of the Soviet Dynamo Sports Club, which is nearly identical to the German pedant. In the upper right side of the coin the inscription "50 JAHRE 20" is readable, the 50 is the anniversary of the "Soviet Union- Dynamo" and the 20 for the German. Next to two logos is shown an upward laurel wreath. The appearance of the lapels is unknown. Growth was the medal on a rectangular 28 mm wide and 11.5 mm high burgundy smooth and clossy protection, the left is the symbol of the hammer and sickle of the Soviet Union and the right to locate the state emblem of the GDR. [6]

SG Dynamo Berlin Hohenschönhausen medal of the 15th anniversary of the SV Dynamo[edit]

The (German: Abzeichen der SG Dynamo Berlin Hohenschönhausen zum 15. Jahrestag der SV Dynamo) was awarded by the SG Dynamo Hohenschönhausen, an award of the Sports Club. The back of the badge is flat and displays a soldered horizontal stitched needle. The badge is shaped like a medal with a diameter of 39 mm and is made of enamel and is awarded according to the levels gold, silver or bronze. It shows on their obverse center, the symbolic representation of four sports, volleyball, gymnastics, athletics, climbing a Eskaladierwand with a soldier. Enclosed is the symbolism of a transcription SG DYNAMO BERLIN HOHENSCHÖNHAUSEN that determines the lower half of the coin, and the subsequent laurel branches on both sides. The reverse shows a laurel wreath on the other hand within the logos of the SV Dynamo (bottom right) and top left of the DTSB. Growth was the medal in a trapezoid shaped plastic clip, the 32.5 mm wide and 9.7 mm in height at the front left side of the mortgaged. It shows the central symbol of the SV Dynamo flanked by laurel wreat and the words 1953 (left) and 1968 (right). [7]

Insignia of the International shooting competitions[edit]

(German: Abzeichen der Internationalen Schießwettkämpfe) was awarded by the SV Dynamo.On the occasion of the 2nd International shooting competitions was donated. The badge has almost the shape of a gold coin, is 28.6 mm high and 24.4 mm wide and shows within a laurel wreath a target, seen against two diagonally crossed rifles. At the bottom of the coin is the year of the event of the competition. At the top is the logo of SV Dynamo, which extends beyond the edge of the coin. The logo serves simultaneously as it braces for the suspension fixed in banner form, which was 10.6 mm high and 28.8 mm wide. On her three-line inscription is read: III. / INT. SCHIESSWETTKÄMPFE / LEIPZIG. [8]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/39699-dynamo/
  2. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 - 1990. 1. Edition; "Feder Verlag", Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Page No. 100
  3. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 bis 1990. 1. Auflage. Feder Verlag, Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Seite 100.
  4. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 - 1990. 1. Edition; "Feder Verlag", Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Page No. 100
  5. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 - 1990. 1. Edition; "Feder Verlag", Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Page No. 100
  6. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 - 1990. 1. Edition; "Feder Verlag", Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Page No. 100
  7. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 - 1990. 1. Edition; "Feder Verlag", Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Page No. 100
  8. ^ Klaus H. Feder, Uta Feder: Auszeichnungen im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR: 1950 - 1990. 1. Edition; "Feder Verlag", Rosenheim 1996, ISBN 3-9805114-0-5, Page No. 100