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Model 36 Feldbluse modified

Article about: Hello all, I show you a new jacket, this is a Model 36 tunic modified in period, good size, with restored insignias ... Opinion are Welcome ! :top: thanks Sebastien.

  1. #11

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    Hi S.Vestae
    I pretty agree with Dimas's point of view that this tunic is heavy retailored with other parts of tunics , which I guess possibly a late war recycled then re-issued one...

    As I can see this pic you attached, there are three different materials as I pointed as below, which I guess the No.3 is its original part for this tunic, the No.1 and 2 were retailored on order to its color and materials they looked really different, I also think...the No.1 looks like M40/41, No.2 is made by cotton, and the No.3 is by M36 material....

    The linen itself looks really different as any usual tunic would be....

    Just my little sence

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  3. #12

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    thank you Dimas !

  4. #13

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    thank you ERIC also,

    yes, in the last war many uniform was retailored, because the economy was important, and many cloth of death soldier or wounded was retailored, I have a smilar ss cap with these kind of job.


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    Quote by paul w View Post
    Dimas, WHW means tunics in 1942 made form Dutch and Czech cloth? what do the letters stand for?

    How to tell this cloth from regular german wool? -Photos/pics I've seen look the same! Any photos to help, or is it the typoe of cloth weave etc?
    Italian wool was also used? Later date?

    I guess a true un altered M41 should have feldgrau collar so this was added when re-tailored. Often dress collars were used for these mods?
    I think Dutch cloth and I saw also the Heeres Waffenrocks with attached pockets. WHW is Winterhilfswerk

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