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Camouflage netting

Article about: some of th ephotos of the artillary pieces under netting, seem to be essentially worthless. Is this just my ignorance,but can a 100X100mm netting really decieve an observer? Same thing with

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    Tovarischi;

    Does anyone have any pictures of camouflage being used for both individuals, or equipment? What I am looking for is primarily netting, but also camouflage tarps. Not the issue uniforms, or coveralls.

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    Boridin

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    Hi Boridin, here is one photo which I saved a while back.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Ade;

    I have this picture also. I am looking for anything else available. Perhaps I should post what I have, and go from there.

    Boridin

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    I suspected you might have it is well known.

    Please post what you have, as I would like to see them.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Tovarischi;

    Here are the pictures that I have of the use of netting/camouflage by Red Army troops.













    second set to follow

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    Second set:











    That is what I have, so if anyone has anything else, please post them.

    Thank you

    Boridin

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    Hi boridin,
    Thanks for showing the photo,s it is nice to see something different
    other than german or u.s, they are interesting to see what kit they used as well. The camo helmet, was it common for soldiers to cam there helmets like that, I have never seen this before with the Red army.
    dave.

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    Tovarisch Dave;

    It is my understanding that camouflaging kaska (helmets) was very uncommon, and if done at all, was generally done by scouts, or snipers.

    Now, I do have a few pictures of camouflage helmet covers, but they seem to have been used almost exclusively in the far east against the Japanese.

    Boridin

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    Hi Boridin, here is a "new" photo which I discovered the other night while going through the photo archives.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    That is certainly an interesting use of camo netting!

    Boridin

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