Nazi Markings Lapel Pins
The Nazi regime divided concentration camp prisoners into specific categories reflected visually by colored, triangular patches sewn into their uniforms. Non-German prisoners were further identified by the initial of their nationality stamped onto the patch.
Jews were forced to wear the yellow triangle patch to identify them throughout Nazi-occupied Europe.
This set of six full-color metal lapel pins can be worn as a remembrance to the millions of people the Nazi regime persecuted between 1933–1945.