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Welcome to Paul Harding's Military Flash Patches. Paul Harding’s military patches specializes in WW2 German, British and American Militaria, providing WWII Re-enactors and Enthusiasts with quality kit at great prices. We keep an extensive range of WW2 Uniforms, Equipment, Boots, Helmets, Hats, Caps, Badges and Insignia, all in-stock! We also stock an expanding range of Military/Outdoor clothing & kit plus a great range of Army Surplus from around the world. Paul Harding’s military flash patches is a UK based company, but we ship to the USA, Europe and Worldwide. All orders are dispatched within 24 hours. You can call us on 0121 502 1356 (local call rate), Emails are answered within 24 hours. Paul Harding’s military patches takes customer service very seriously. We are also working on ways to fund the Staffordshire war memorial covering North Staffordshire, South Staffordshire and Staffordshire regiments. A category as been allocated for 20% of each sale toward the memorial if you want to know more please email us. To enter our monthly competion Sign-up to our free monthly newsletter by adding your email address to the box on the bottom left so you don't miss out on the latest WW2 and Military products. Every month we will tell you what the winner will receive and the question relating to the prize the correct questions will be pulled out of a beret. We have tried to streamline the first page of this site because we felt there were to many images that were slowing down the site. so if you like what you see you can use our categories menu to find what your looking for. We hope this will make the site easier to use. This also makes the site load quicker. So feel free to browse in the categories section. All enquirers welcome. Paul Harding’s military patches in no way subscribe to any Nazi or right wing views and the items we sell are purely to customers for re-enactment and military history purposes only. The main thing is preserving history.