One thing i was wondering about is, if it was made like this from the factory without collar so to speak.
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To be honest, i've never seen a collarless aertex shirt that could be considered as a WWII german item.
Never seen it worn on period photos
never seen it mentioned in official texts
never seen it in militaria books
the three shirts produced for the WWII german army were the collarless white shirt in cotton, the artex shirt without breast pockets (1942-1943) and the aertex shirt with breast pockets (1943-1945)...
Can you see any sign of collar replacement ?
If it's not yours, ask the seller for better pics of the collar area...
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