Accessocraft Federal Union WWII Streit Patriotic Bow Brooch - Mink Road Vintage Jewelry
Accessocraft Federal Union WWII Streit Patriotic Bow Brooch - Mink Road Vintage Jewelry Accessocraft Federal Union WWII Streit Patriotic Bow Brooch - Mink Road Vintage Jewelry
$45.00

Accessocraft Federal Union Bow hanging Globe figural brooch made specifically for the Striet patriotic effort. 1940s, WWII -  Perfect condition, metal is bright and unmarked, enamel is bright and unchipped including the bow. Pin is straight and clasp locks tight. Measures 1 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches.  

Brooch will come with a black velvet bag. Shipping is fast and is $4.95 flat insured rate for as many pieces as you purchase in the United States. International will be based on destination. No Italy.

Federal Union - Striet Information

In 1939, a few months after the publication of Union Now, which was soon to become a best-seller, people were drawn to its ideas and began organizing in groups around the country. Federal Union, Inc., was founded as a non-profit membership organization committed to work toward the goals proposed in the book (see Federal Union, Inc. Articles of Incorporation).

Streit offered the federal union concept as a method of defending the free world against totalitarian regimes, with the expectation that such countries could eventually become integrated members of the union once they replaced their authoritarian governments with democratic ones. Thus, from the very beginning, the mission of the organization has been to defend, extend, and sustain individual liberty and peace. Other Federal Union members and supporters, including George Marshall, Robert Schumann, Theodore Achilles, Will Clayton, Lester Pearson, and Paul Henri-Spaak, played key roles in the birth of the Marshall Plan, NATO, and the European Community.