1938 Reichsparteitag Commemorative Rally Badge
Safety pin backed
RZM marked M9/42
Fr Zimmermann Stuttgart
The 1938 Reichsparteitag Commemorative Rally Badge, also known as the "Parteitagabzeichen," was a commemorative badge issued for attendees of the Nazi Party's Reichsparteitag (Reich Party Congress) held in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1938.
These rallies were large-scale propaganda events organized by the Nazi Party to showcase their power and ideals. The 1938 rally, often referred to as the "Rally of Greater Germany," was particularly significant because it celebrated the annexation of Austria (Anschluss) and the Sudetenland, regions that were incorporated into the German Reich.
The badge was a small metal pin typically featuring a design related to the theme of the rally. They were given to participants as a form of recognition and a symbol of their attendance.