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“Tinnies” is a generic collector term for many different types of small pin-on badges that proliferated during the Third Reich. Small pins with various designs were made for members of various Nazi organizations, and were also made to commemorate events of all kinds, from Nazi Party rallies to sports races and trade conventions. Tinnies were also made to commemorate various special dates and anniversaries, holidays, and political days such as elections. Nazi Party Labour Day (Tag der Arbeit) 1935 pin. Labour Day (also known as May Day) takes place on May 1 to celebrate labourers and the working classes. In April 1933, after the Nazi party took control of the German government, May 1 was appropriated as the “Day of National Work,” with all celebrations organized by the government. On May 2, the Nazi party banned all independent trade-unions, bringing them under state control of the German Labour Front. Both pins and clasps are in perfect working condition, the latter being maker marked ; CHR.BAUER WELZHEIM. The price is for the pair (two) and includes UK delivery. N 169.