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Devil dogs Motorcycle Club Original Logo On .040 Aluminum 8" x 12" USMC DL

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Devil dogs Motorcycle Club Original Logo On .040 Aluminum 8" x 12" USMC DL
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Devil dogs Motorcycle Club Original Logo On .040 Aluminum 8" x 12" USMC. The devil Dogs were an Ann Arbor Michigan Motorcycle Club In the 1930's,40's, and 50's. The Name May have its roots in the legend below.





Marine recruiting Web site: "...in World War I during the 1918 Château-Thierry campaign near the French village of Bouresches, Marines assaulted a line of German machine-gun nests on an old hunting preserve known as Belleau Wood. The fighting was terrible. Those Marines who weren't cut down by the enemy guns captured the nests in a grisly close-quarters battle. The shocked Germans nicknamed their foes, teufelhunden (devil dogs).""The tradition was believed to have its roots during World War I when German soldiers referred to the Marines as "devil dogs," comparing their fierce fighting ability to that of wild mountain dogs of Bavarian folklore."


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Devil dogs Motorcycle Club Original Logo On .040 Aluminum 8" x 12" USMC DL Devil dogs Motorcycle Club Original Logo On .040 Aluminum 8" x 12" USMC. The devil Dogs were an Ann Arbor Michigan Motorcycle Club In the 1930's,40's, and 50's. The Name May have its roots in the legend below. Marine recruiting Web site: "...in World War I during the 1918 Château-Thierry campaign near the French village of Bouresches, Marines assaulted a line of German machine-gun nests on an old hunting preserve known as Belleau Wood. The fighting was terrible. Those Marines who weren't cut down by the enemy guns captured the nests in a grisly close-quarters battle. The shocked Germans nicknamed their foes, teufelhunden (devil dogs).""The tradition was believed to have its roots during World War I when German soldiers referred to the Marines as "devil dogs," comparing their fierce fighting ability to that of wild mountain dogs of Bavarian folklore."
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