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German capture m40 ushanka (Pic heavy)

Article about: Took this one out for pics today, Hope you guys enjoy ! Samoilovo factory, Size 3, 1941 date Inside front visor

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    Took this one out for pics today, Hope you guys enjoy !
    Samoilovo factory, Size 3, 1941 date


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    Really nice !

    I was sure that some winter stuff soviet made was "captured" by Germans.

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    It certainly was: orders went out that captured Soviet Ushankas were not to be worn at home on leave.
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    Period photo of one in wear (SS). Post 215

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/cloth-...orn-146333-22/
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    You took the words right out of my Mouth .
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    Cool Thread...I clearly recall my German Oma telling me that my Grandfather came back from the war wearing one, ("Wie'n Russ'"/"Like a Russian")...
    I looked all over the basement for it, but it was already gone, lol...
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    very nice find.

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    Quote by MAP View Post
    Period photo of one in wear (SS). Post 215

    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/cloth-...orn-146333-22/
    Interesting photo thanks for linking !
    Whoever captured this sure took good care of it, If I recall correctly, the seller I bought this from acquired it in Germany so i'd bet it's a vet bringback.
    I read on here Samoilova was in Leningrad region, I wonder if it was captured on that front? Can only guess

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    Cut from a trapezoid I assume? I used to own one with metal insignia - Heer eagle and the cockarde less the wreath.
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    Quote by RichieC View Post
    Cut from a trapezoid I assume? I used to own one with metal insignia - Heer eagle and the cockarde less the wreath.
    I just took a quick peak and you can see the remnant of green fabric around the edges of the cockade, Left from when it was cut out i'm sure

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