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    Any idea what kind of boots?
    Is it ww2 nva i dont now thanks.

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    Not wartime.
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    Thanks maybe nva or somthing?

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    Fireman ? post wwII, I remember such bots in the 70's.

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    These boots were in use by the Bundeswehr and Luftwaffe. So postwar. Inside you can see the marks.
    I have the exact same pair. Mine is a 44 size.

    41 = size
    5 = width
    6 = month
    63 or 67 = year (can't see it very clear)
    1 or 13 = company code/lot nbr. (can't see it very clear aswell).

    my gasmask collection: Military/Police/Fire Dept. Boots Collection

    I hope you can use the info.

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    Yess krisse verry helpfull information thank you.

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    Yep BW I had a pair in the late 70's marked inside to BW unit I can't remember if ground troops or airforce. timothy

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    Quote by KRISSE View Post
    These boots were in use by the Bundeswehr and Luftwaffe. So postwar. Inside you can see the marks.
    I have the exact same pair. Mine is a 44 size.

    41 = size
    5 = width
    6 = month
    63 or 67 = year (can't see it very clear)
    1 or 13 = company code/lot nbr. (can't see it very clear aswell).

    my gasmask collection: Military/Police/Fire Dept. Boots Collection

    I hope you can use the info.
    I agree, post war West German!...
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    Quote by timothy View Post
    Yep BW I had a pair in the late 70's marked inside to BW unit I can't remember if ground troops or airforce. timothy
    Well logically then BW = Bundeswehr = Groundtroops.

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    Quote by KRISSE View Post
    Well logically then BW = Bundeswehr = Groundtroops.
    I would assume so yes. However there was different pieces of gear used by the Luftwaffe (Post War) in the BW and overall post war forces. timothy

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