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Emblem entry for U-256


Hau zua

This may be the eagle from the Tyrolean Coat of Arms). The phrase "Hau-Zua" is southern Austrian-Bavarian dialect for "hit him/her/them". This is often an exhortation to start a pub brawl.

The uprising of Tyrolean militia against Napoleon/Bavarian rule in 1809 was a popular propaganda theme with the Nazis.

"Hau-Zua" is an old folk dance.

Keywords: bird

We can't find any U-boats that displayed this emblem.

U-256,
 

Coat of Arms of Landeck

This is the Coat of Arms of the town of Landeck in Tyrol, Austria.

Emblem image: Wikipedia Commons.

Keywords: Coat of Arms, Castle, Eagle

We can't find any U-boats that displayed this emblem.

U-256,
 

Skeleton breaking Aircraft

A skeleton breaking an aircraft apart on a red shield

Keywords: skeleton, aircraft

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U-256,
 

Mouse escaping Trap

Shield showing a mouse escaping a trap

Keywords: mouse,trap

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U-256,


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U-boat Emblems