Cotton patch compulsory for Jews to wear stitched onto their clothes on the left side of the chest. Started in occupied Poland in 1939 and by 1941 eventually spread everywhere in the Reich and all occupied teritorries.

Correct dimensions, pixel-accurate design, waterproof.

Jewish Identification Star (Judenstern), cotton

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