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"Captured" Soviet Headgear

Article about: Very nice piece. I cant understand how i missed this thread. I just searched the net for some details around these captured and reissued headgears, and this thread came up. I was very surpri

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    Very nice piece. I cant understand how i missed this thread. I just searched the net for some details around these captured and reissued headgears, and this thread came up.

    I was very surprised to see a collector actually has these reissued caps in their collection.


    Congrats Richie. I hope i find a similar rare piece for my humble collection one day.
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

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    Very nice to see this real combat headgear. Soviet winter headgear became rare nowadays
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    Dimas

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    Soviet winter uniforms were much better. Actually Germans did not had any good winter uniforms at all in 1941-42 winter. So Germans took boots and uniforms from the dead Soviets.

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    Here is russian m40s in use by the Cossacks, we see here in this photo from "Signal" the insignia on the caps are the Wehrmacht insignia.
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    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

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