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    Check out the shoulder straps:
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    #43 must be taken in the final days of ww2.

    Maybe Invalides and other volunteers are scraped together for a last ditch defence while waiting for the red "meatgrinder"
    Collect ROA, Cossack, Schuma and other WW2 Volunteer militaria.

    "Be Humble and kind, for you may find that it was Odin you entertained"

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    Mr dress-up:
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    Quote by stonemint View Post
    Check out the shoulder straps:
    A security measure.

    Pre-war mobilization plans ordered all shoulder boards to be covered up or rolled up during all wartime troop movements, so as to obscure the shoulder board cyphers.

    When war broke out, the shoulder boards were usually covered up with cloth loops or sometimes, in the case of removable boards, simply worn upside down. SNCOs and officers also had the option to remove their metal cyphers. Rolling the boards up - as seen here - was a rare practice, as it was the least practical option.

    This is surely an early-war photograph. Note that he is not yet wearing a breast eagle, which was ordered to be worn on enlisted men's Fliegerblusen on 1 Oct. 1940.

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    foxy cap:
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    2 more hats "gone to the dogs":
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    Bill's caption says it all:
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    Little-known Wehrmacht beekeeper's hat and an early experiment on colour-changing camouflage.

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    Wth?!
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