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Hitlerjugend Youth Dagger with Metal Scabbard Blut und Ehre! 6" Blade 10.5" Overall

 
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DBA074
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DBA-074
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Patterned after the original, this high-quality stainless steel knife is adorned with Nazi logos and insignia, along with the Nazi Youth motto, "Blut und Ehre!" translated Blood and honor screened on the blade. Measures 10.5" overall and has a 6" blade. Includes a black metal scabbard. Imported. This is a replica of the knife U.S. soldiers removed from captured Nazi troops during WWII.

Cheaper Than Dirt does not condone or support the message portrayed by the Third Reich. 
Total number of Reviews: 23

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3.0 5
"wow.....im kind of in shock that cheaper than dirt carries this item. the only reason i give it three stars is because it honestly is a good quality knife. for the price, i would of given it five, but it only gets a three because of the terrible thing it represents...dont buy it to carry, cause most people are obviously guanna think you believe in what it represents..."
5.0 5
"I give this knife 5 stars i really dont car that cheaper than dirt carries it because its apart of history and i hope they keep it on for a while because im stocking up on these for my family and friends"
5.0 5
"I bought this knife for my cousins b-day because he loves anything to do with WW2 allied or axis. He was thrilled to get it."
5.0 5
"this is a very good quality knife and if you have german heritage you should stock up"
5.0 5
"this knife is great. the quality is awesome, the price is 1/4 of other sites, and if you like anything German, get them."
5.0 5
"Good knife. Im sure this is probably the best reproduction of the origional. Of course the origionals are hard to find since most of them were destroyed or corroded past use because of the loss of metal towards the end of the war. The only surviving would have been smuggled out of the country by Allied soldiers or civilians fleeing from soviet takeover of Berlin. Any which way instead of paying hundreds for an origional pay 10 bux for a fake. At least the look a whole lot newer. As for the whiney people that are afraid of the swastica and what it stood for...grow a pair ok. This is a ramek of a peice of history that will only be remembered if we keep items like this around for our grandchildren to see. Once the WWII vets are gone who will pass on the knowledge of the Hitler Jungen (Hitler youth \"HJ\") knife.Mike G"
5.0 5
"THIS IS A FANTASTIC KNIFE! IT HAS GREAT QUALLITY FOR A REMAKE, IT REALY HOLDS UP WELL. IT'S NOT FLIMSY AT ALL."
3.0 5
"it's a cheap knife you get what you pay for it's more of a showcase knife for history buffs or vets."
5.0 5
"Not only historically correct but great quality and not flimsy at all! Buy This Blade!!!"
3.0 5
"the blade is very thin,and it feels cheap.you could break the blade with your hands.but it still looks good and its a good deal for 10 bucks"
5.0 5
"OMG I HATE THE WINY PEOPLE THAT THINK THE SYMBOL IS BAD...ITS A FREAKING SYMBOL OF HISTORY... WE ALL ARE AMERICANS AND WE SHOULD TAKE PRIDE IN OUR HISTORY. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO CARRY THIS KNIFE AROUND WITHOUT BEING POINTED AT. IT IS A SYMBOL OF GERMAN HERITAGE AND ITS VERY UNIQUE. SO JUST STOP. THIS KNIFE IS GREAT REPLICA OF THE ORIGINAL ONE, AND ITS NOT FLIMSY. YOU ARE ABLE TO CARVE A STICK AND STILL HOLD AN EDGE. THE ONLY PROBLEM IS YOU NEED TO SHARPEN IT ONCE A MONTH. YOU WOULD REALLY LIKE THIS FOR AN ALL AROUND KNIFE, YOU CAN USE. IF YOU ARE A WWII VETREN YOU SHOULD KEEP IT UP ON A MANTLE. THIS KNIFE IS VERY ENJOYABLE AND NICE PEICE OF HISTORY IN YOUR HAND. TAKE PRIDE IN YOU GERMAN HERITAGE OR AMERICAN PAST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
2.0 5
"It is altogether not great quality, mainly for use as a showcase piece. I do not see anything wrong with having it as historical memorabilia (well honestly I do but hey not my choice) but when you take it out in public for use it can only be expected to find trouble. To the guy who says the swastika is German culture, it is not, it was a symbol ripped off by Hitler from Native Americans. It is an interesting piece undoubtedly but I do not encourage use in public places as this is asking for trouble. I give it 2 mainly because with medium-heavy duty use it will wear out, not because of the ideology, I am not here to argue politics."
4.0 5
"I got two of these, and one of them had a blade that wiggled a little. Other than that, its not a bad knife"
5.0 5
"NO SELF RESPECTING MAN WOULD CARRY SUCH A CHEAP KNIFE FOR SELF DEFENSE OR ANY OTHER PURPOSE. THIS KNIFE MAKES FOR A GREAT LETTER OPENER AND A WONDERFULL CONVERSATION PIECE. THE INSIGNIA AND THE SWASTICA MAY BE OFFENSIVE TO SOME PEOPLE BUT THIS IS STILL AMERICA AND WE AS FREE PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE OUR OWN DECISIONS ON WHAT WE FEEL IS OFFENSIVE.I AM NOT OFFENDED BY THE SWASTICA ANY MORE THAN I AM OFFENDED BY THE STAR OF DAVID OR THE CONFEDERATE FLAG. I THINK ITS GREAT THAT CHEAPER THAN DIRT SELLS THESE ITEMS AT SUCH A FAIR PRICE.BUY A FEW TODAY FOR YOU NEXT HANUKAH OR CHRISTMAS AND ALL YOUR FRIENDS WILL WANT TO BE ON YOUR CHRISTMAS LIST TOO..."
5.0 5
"I think this knife is good mostly for show or display. The blade is on the thin side and I agree with a previous reviewer that it looks like a strong guy might be able to break it, albeit with considerable effort. I would not want to have to rely on this in the wild, but since I rarely get out from grandma's basement, it's not an issue for me. I'm giving it five bullets nevertheless, since it's obviously a cheapie and anyone who expects a top quality knife for $10 probably shouldn't be buying anything on the internet anyway. Plus, you get a cool-looking knife with a swastika on it, which will go nicely with a matching helmet."
5.0 5
"I plan to use this knife for a display piece I'm working on. This is a wonderful way to remember that the evil's in this world do affect us, down to our very souls. The Nazi's indoctrinated their children into their twisted views on ethnic purity, and social obedience. I will mount this knife in a case, with a number of other WW2 axis trinkets as a rememberance to the evil that we all must battle against."
4.0 5
"Thanks for posting all the comments. It sounds like a decent knife. I think it should be okay for use in the woods and I happen to have German heritage and I love WWII stuff. I will comment back after I get it in the mail."
4.0 5
"decent knife. fairly dull but I still managed to cut myself.being dumb and playing with it. still cuts deep dull but otherwise strong and not flimsy at all. a great buy"
1.0 5
"It's a $10 knife alright.Metal coating on butt of knife is already peeling off and that is just taking out of the box.In the pic. the emblem is red, mine is hot pink,its very pretty and beautiful.(I hope you detect the sarcassum)."
5.0 5
"This is a great knife. I got it yesterday and am wearing it now. The blade is not flimsy, thin, or wiggly at all. It is somewhat sharp. This knife is more than I expected it to be."
3.0 5
"I got this knife, its purple ish pink instead of red. Other than that its a great knife. Just kinda looks like replica nazi youth dance team or something. Good sturdy knife that looks pink is all."
4.0 5
"This is an acceptable knife for display. I wouldn't use it for much else. Like others have said, the red near the Swazi is more of a purplish-red. The Swazi emblem is not at all crisp. The sheath is very nice, and the blade fits in it nicely. Fit and finish is ok. It is still worth the ten dollars I paid for it. I wouldn't recommend it for anything other than display."
4.0 5
"If you are a military buff then you might want to pick this up for display...but that about it. Blade feels kinda cheep, and like most have said the emblem is a purplish color. I'm going to take mine and attempt to chip out the epoxy on the purple part of the emblem, which i will then clean with acetone. Then I will use a very thin application of red dyed lacquer to dye the metal. After that I will use a large eye dropper to float clear epoxy over it. The emblem should look original after that (red).Nice item for the money, the sheath is very very nice. I just would depend my life on the blade. Which I kinda figured when buying it."