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Article about: Hy everybody! I didn't now where to put this thread, maybe this is the most adequate. I believe this breadbag is Dutch, but I need someone to confirm. Bought this from a guy in Austria years

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    Hy everybody!
    I didn't now where to put this thread, maybe this is the most adequate.
    I believe this breadbag is Dutch, but I need someone to confirm. Bought this from a guy in Austria years ago.

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    emileverbunt
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    A bit late. This is indeed a Dutch breadbag. The capitals CM stand for Centraal Magazijn (Central Warehouse) They kept proofed and handed out the equipment.

    Cheers,
    Emile

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    Thanks Emile! If I got it well, this type of breadbag was never in use? It wasn't issued? Sorry if I'm wrong.

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    Hello Schachbrett,

    This is a late model breadbag. It was used extensively by the dutch.

    Cheers,
    Emile

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    Oh! Thanks again!
    Is there many other dutch equipment or field gear in Netherlands or other countries?

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    Hello Schachbrett,

    Try this link for a discription of Dutch equipment from the 1939-1940 era. It is in Dutch and not for sale but it is very interesting!

    Het Nederlandse leger 1939-1940: mobilisatie en meidagen

    go to: uniform & uitrusting

    click on the figure and the item of equipment, to see further details.

    Have fun!

    Cheers,
    Emile

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    Great and useful site!
    You almost don't need knowledge of dutch language!

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