Royal Army Chaplain's Department Cap Badge (Jewish)

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Jewish Chaplain Cap Badge - No Pin

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The Army Chaplain's Department (AChD) was formed 1796, where previously chaplains had been regiment based rather than centrally established. Commonly know as 'Padres', the chaplains could belong to one of several Christian denominations or Jewish, which was added in 1892. In 1919 after WW1 the Royal prefix was received.

This fine reproduction of the Jewish Chaplain badge features a crowned Jewish Star of David in black metal with a cross in the centre. This badge has an aged look, and is designed to be pinned to a beret, but does not come with an attachment pin.
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