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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    Rhodesian? (french camo)
    Not Rhodesian, they had a Lizard-pattern but much broader strokes.

    I think this is a commercial/taylor-made shirt, could be for hunting. Looks like it has a 'US' marking?

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    I am totally ignorant on this subject, but the camouflage uniforms of the Portuguese soldiers in their "Overseas Wars" caught my attention: Angola, Mozambique and Ginea Bissau in the sixties and seventies. As my city is on the border with Portugal I have seen those uniforms in several military museums in my neighboring country. I don't know if he has a "Lizard-pattern" or another type, I insist I am ignorant.

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    The French Leopard/Lizard was developed from the British 'brush stroke'-pattern of WW2, and there are many variants, both within the French versions as with the foreign ones. Lizard itself was the inspiration for the Vietnamese Tigerstripe-pattern.

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    Great thread Rene, thanks for sharing.
    I think the French might be Greek as they also wear a Lizard pattern.
    Cheers Chris

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    Very nice collection! I'm digging the Mitchell and ERDL pattern stuff..

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    Really great post Rene, good to see so many variations in the one thread. Thank you for taking so much time out to photograph and post them.

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    Quote by TABSTABS1964 View Post
    I am totally ignorant on this subject, but the camouflage uniforms of the Portuguese soldiers in their "Overseas Wars" caught my attention: Angola, Mozambique and Ginea Bissau in the sixties and seventies. As my city is on the border with Portugal I have seen those uniforms in several military museums in my neighboring country. I don't know if he has a "Lizard-pattern" or another type, I insist I am ignorant.
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    Thank you very much JMM. That is what I meant. I have another pair of internet images.
    Regards.

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    Thanks All it's all much appreciated.

    Bingo bango, I do have a Portuguese example I accidentally left out!!
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    Another I left out - Czech '70's splinter.
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    René

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