Robin Lumsden




Totenkopf Los!

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Robin Lumsden has amassed one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of German military totenkopf-related material covering the period 1741-1945, some of which can be seen on the pages of this site.

The totenkopf, or death’s head, was a respected symbol of the German fighting elite for over 200 years, being worn by Prussian hussars, the ‘Black Brunswickers’, assault troops, tank crews and others during the Napoleonic and First World Wars.