Bismarckjugend member stick pin - scarce
Condition report: (2-) Good with signs patination
Bismarckjugend member pin
Bismarckjugend or 'Bismarck Youth', was an anti-Marxist youth movement in Weimar Germany. Bismarckjugend was the youth wing of the monarchist German National People's Party (DNVP). Bismarckjugend organized men and women between the ages of 14 and 25. By 1928, the organization had 800 local organizations around Germany. Its total membership had reached 42,000, making it the second largest youth movement in the country at the time (after the SPD Socialist Worker Youth, Sozialistische Arbeiter-Jugend). Generally, the movement had a stronger appeal in Protestant areas.