Judging from period photographs, Göring wore it on most, but not all of his blue-grey Luftwaffe tunics and blouses. He stopped using it when he began to wear his unique, light-dove-grey Reichsmarschall uniforms.[/QUOTE]
Ok good to know. Yes, he was certainly a character and didnt mind standing out among the crowd in those flashy uniforms of his. I guess that could be why I didnt see too many photos of him wearing that cuff title, since most images I see of him he is wearing the later colorful uniforms
here some more photos for the thread
nice klinger. love the women photos. Your always findin those nice women in uniform photos....the OST one and all the rest. Any luck on findin your RK guy?
I thought this was a cool photo.....I believe it shows an Army General saluting Luftwaffe troops. I could be wrong, but is he a General? I know the pic of him isnt that clear but....
Thanks HPL. I figured he would be a General seeing his stripes, and also noticing that he is the one saluting and is the "main attraction" haha. His cap looks slightly more peaked. I cant really see the collar tabs too well, so I wasnt sure. I also noticed that the troops seem to be wearing early steel helmets (M16's?) too. Do you think this would just be your average inspection of the troops type deal?
few more. I think the guys in the black uniforms are DAF, but I very well could be wrong. it was titled as Reichspost men when I bought it, which clearly they are not IMO. Im sure HPL can enlighten me if he sees these guys.
And yes, thats a chick with the bayonet laying in the grass