An official of the SA who was a sports umpire, time keeper or track official at an official SA athletic event would of worn this arm band. Richard V. Horrell WW 2 Connections.com
One armband issued in WW2 Germany was either a black or dark blue armband with a white eagle & swastika/wreath and under the eagle was Reichspost . The Reichspost was the postal service for the country.Some photos show the uniform with a patch of the same design instead of an armband.
A Christmas wreath symbolizes hope
a wreath is those circle things that they have at Christmas that they hang on the door.
the background on the kentucky flag
If you are talking about a Christmas Wreath, it is used to show one's neverending love of Christ
It is symbolic of someone who has died.
Well, Lauren means laurel wreath and evergreen and as laurene comes from the name Lauren i think laurene means laurel wreath and evergreen.
The wreath is a circle (which goes on forever) that never stops, it symbolizes how God's love never ends and is everlasting.
Faith, Love, Hope and Joy
CunÃºnÄƒ is a Romanian equivalent of 'wreath'.
Beautiful Wreath of Flowers its the shorter version of Kaleiokalani Which means Beautiful Flowers
It symbolizes the no beginning and no end of God's love for us.
Wreath is a noun.
The meaning of the name Steven is from both Greek and English. They both mean crowned one or wreath. A varient of the name would be 'Stephen'.
is a wreath the thing that is green on doors
a funeral wreath is a Corona
stefany a form of Stephanie is of Greek origing meaning ''crown or crowned, garland.'' garland meaning ''wreath of flowers'' (french)
The plural of wreath is wreaths
Yes, apple blossom wreath is a specific noun; the general noun is wreath.
stocking or decartions or also a wreath stocking or decartions or also a wreath stocking or decartions or also a wreath Stockings, decorations, a wreath, lights, holly, and mistletoe:)
It represents everlasting life (evergreen) brought through Jesus.There is no specific meaning of the green in the wreath. Mostly it reminds us that life renews itself and spring returns even from the deepest winter.