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First aid: RKKA bandages and medic tools

Article about: Hello, wanna start a new thread, where members can post all Soviet wartime / prewar medic items. There are mine: First aid antiseptic bandage, dated 1944. First aid bandage, dated 1941. Made

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    Can anyone show me the design of a wartime medic bag, please?


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    Another one that i saw on internet 1 year ago, don't know if it's a good ww2 model also this one
    https://www.liveauctioneers.com/item...iet-medic-pack
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    Nice links, thanks !

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    I think the shown bag is also prewar, Arthur. The last picture is funny. Notice the direction of the PPsh41. Not very safe.

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    Indeed !
    But it's look like the breech is on safety position, still I don't want that submachinegun point on me like this

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    As I can see, there are many variations of the Red Cross:

    1.) big / thin
    2.) sewn / painted
    3.) with and without white backround
    4.) angled / round

    I try to make a graphics:

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    Little prewar metal box, probably was used for syringe acuses or surgical blades:

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    Here found this picture of a museum display, which is interesting for sure:

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    It seems that glass vials postwar.

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