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German Army Ranks and Insignia / Deutsche Armee Ränge und Insignien
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The German Army of the Third Reich era inherited the uniforms and rank structure from the Reichsheer of the Weimar Republic, —, many of whose traditions went back to the Imperial Army of the German Empire and earlier. The Reichsheer was renamed Wehrmacht Heer in May There were few alterations and adjustments made as the Army grew from a limited peacetime defense force of , men to a war-fighting force of several million men. These ranks and insignia were peculiar to the Heer and in special cases to senior Wehrmacht officers in the independent services; the SS, Luftwaffe, and Navy uniforms and rank system were different. The Nazi Party also had its own series of paramilitary uniforms and insignia. In December , the material was changed to grey badge-cloth Abzeichentuch and in September , changed again to dark bottle-green flaschengrün.
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Feldwebel is a German military rank which has existed since at least the 18th century with usage as a title dating to the Middle Ages. The German word Feldwebel derives from the old German term 'waibel', a part of a loom to bring all strings on a line. In the Swiss Army, the rank is still today called Feldweibel. Feldwebel gained its widest usage under the German military beginning from the early 19th century.