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Uniforms and insignia for Cossack and ROA/POA

Article about: by TrondK There must be some jackets out there with the "volunteer-eagle/symbol" on the chest. I have somewhere a picture of a drillich jacket with original volunteer eagle, it was

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    Are you sure of this jacket frei? I am not sure if i have ever heard of such stripes on the shield, or two under the shield. I have a photo somewhere of a Schuma w 4 stripes on the collar exactly like on your jacket

    I know they used silverstripes on the arms. But i cannot remember seeing, or reading anything with this combination of insignia.

    Now i am going to walk around like a zombie thinking of this jacket of yours frei. I bet my maids are going to ask me why i am on Google looking for related cossack photos instead for doing something constructive.
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    I have the same questions with the armshield. I only know about ''Bewahrungsabzeichen'' as a silver stripe above the armshield. This stripe can be done in the field but I also never saw it. But again I saw some strange things before (privatly made).

    About the stripes below the armshield, I believe it is fantasy but I thought maybe someone seen something like that before. That's why I posted it here before I remove it.

    The collartabs, breasteagle and schoulderboards are original sew at the jacket. About the armshield I am not sure, still a question to me. Inside are several stamps, dutch and german. In all the jacket is in good shape, it has some moth holes but nothing serious.

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    It seems that the stripes below the armshield where attached with glue and later sewed.
    So I have to make the conclusion that the stripes where sadly not original attached.
    Possibly the armshield was attached on the same way. But for now I will not change anything about the shield. First I try to find out more about it.

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    Set ROA collarpatches :

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    Good looking Set frei.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

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    Armshield of a Russian ROA volunteer ;

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    It's a little smaller in size than the bevo ROA armshield.

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    Very interesting. Can you place a standard shield next to it please??
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    Here is a standard POA (like mine) which I thought you would like to see:

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    Yes Adrian, that is a good looking shield. I have not this model in my collection (yet)
    Is it possible to include a photo of it into this thread please
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    The one pic I have of it is in the link.

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