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Jacket of German POW in England with letter

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    Picked up this Jacket of a German POW in England with letter he sent home , looks like he was at camp N079 which was Moorby Camp, Ravensby in Lincolnshire
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    Very cool find. Wonder what type of jacket this?
    "Please", Thank You" and proper manners appreciated

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    I think it started life as a m36 tunic but tailored in his time as a POW

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    Hello,

    An M36 heavily modified with replacement of collar and pockets, shortened, and buttons replaced. Nicely marked though! Munchen 1937!

    Fred

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    Salty, real, wow... quite a piece of history.

    Anyway to get the letter translated?

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    Unusual.

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    Hard to read the letter but it seems to open with a birthday greeting to a loved one. Indeed, a unique and interesting find. NH

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