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WW2 German ankle boots

Article about: Hello, I have purchased a pair of ankle boots a few weeks ago. I would like your opinion if the boots look to be WW2 german? I know the heel looks to be replaced. Thanks for your help.

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    Hello, I have purchased a pair of ankle boots a few weeks ago. I would like your opinion if the boots look to be WW2 german? I know the heel looks to be replaced. Thanks for your help.
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    Hello,
    They're not WWII german military issue ankle boots...
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    What type of boots do they look like to you?

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    Hello,
    To me they look like civilian ankle boots
    Thanks
    PREUSSENS GLORIA

    In Memoriam :
    Laurent Huart (1964-2008)

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    Do you mean German civilian?

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    Osning is southeast of Bielfefld in the Teutoburg Forest. The rubber heel carries that moniker so I assume it is German. Damn if I can find anything about them on line but I assume they were a synthetic manufacturer or they had shoe products with that name. Quick laces existed pre-war and post war so these are hard to date. I will guess 1950s era civilian boots. NH

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    DM Rubber products is still in business and they make heels and soles for shoes among other items. NH

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