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Don't tell me they would'nt have worn it..........

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    Panzer-Gebirgs Jaeger:

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    Note wear of WH Overseas caps by these Das Reich Officers, and the wear of field-gray overseas caps with the Pz uniform in the second photo.
    Also, the Pz Officer on the far right of the 2nd photo is wearing riding breeches , something uncommonly seen with the Pz wrapper.
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    I bought a book about the Battle of Crete named 'The German Janus' from the Roman god Janus Bifrons...
    He was the god of the start or the beginning of something... The meaning of the book is that the Germans were two-faced. I was exploring it's photographs from the Bundesarchiv and on page 41 i found pictures of soldiers preparing for the Easter by cooking a lamb!
    My eye cought the cufftitle KRETA on his sleeve and then i noticed something strange on the soldiers' caps... Any idea what this might be?


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    Quote by LizardKing View Post
    I bought a book about the Battle of Crete named 'The German Janus' from the Roman god Janus Bifrons...
    He was the god of the start or the beginning of something... The meaning of the book is that the Germans were two-faced. I was exploring it's photographs from the Bundesarchiv and on page 41 i found pictures of soldiers preparing for the Easter by cooking a lamb!
    My eye cought the cufftitle KRETA on his sleeve and then i noticed something strange on the soldiers' caps... Any idea what this might be?

    My scaner isn't the best so sorry if it's difficult to see the details!!!


    Braunschweig (Brunswick) Totenkopf. See this thread:

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/guide-...visors-375435/
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    Not exactly a "textbook" M-43 worn by the RKT on the right:
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    Note the bullion state-style eagle worn by the SS officer on the left:
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    Pz-Ski Jaeger:
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    Note the Pz collar-tab skull worn by Erich Bärenfänger on the side of his cap:
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    In the first photo, this Frundsberg SS Panzermann is wearing a visor with a Political eagle and a WH-Panzer collar-tab skull.

    In the second pic, he wearing the same visor hat--only this time he has acquired the proper insignia:
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    The ubiquitous Danziger skull
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