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Article about: I noticed that the brown SS service shirt is a quite long piece of apparel. I don't understand this. What is the purpose of the seemingly unusual length of the shirt? Wouldn't this have been

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    I noticed that the brown SS service shirt is a quite long piece of apparel. I don't understand this. What is the purpose of the seemingly unusual length of the shirt? Wouldn't this have been unpractical?

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    Shirts were generally of a somewhat longer cut back in those days compared to today, but good-quality shirts are always of a generous length, simply because it prevents the bottom of the shirt from riding upwards and slipping out of the trousers' waistband.

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    Shirts were generally of a somewhat longer cut back in those days compared to today, but good-quality shirts are always of a generous length, simply because it prevents the bottom of the shirt from riding upwards and slipping out of the trousers' waistband.
    A logical answer!......
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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    Shirts were generally of a somewhat longer cut back in those days compared to today, but good-quality shirts are always of a generous length, simply because it prevents the bottom of the shirt from riding upwards and slipping out of the trousers' waistband.
    and the breeches had a so called Nierenschutz, that is, they rode much higher than the lousy things called pants today.

    Clothing was cut with generous fabric to it.

    There were several different shirts, in fact, as this list indicates: the popeline shirt with removable collar, the patent Indathren dyed cotton shirt, the sport shirt with the long skirt; and the classic SA short brown shirt with the Bobi Haken. I own all varieties of this long shirt worn under the tunic, but none with the RZM/SS label.
    damit, basta.

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    damit, basta.

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    About the brown SS service shirtAbout the brown SS service shirtThe trikotage shirt with the VA SS tag, not mine. I have one of these, but with a normal label.
    damit, basta.

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    Shirts were generally of a somewhat longer cut back in those days compared to today, but good-quality shirts are always of a generous length, simply because it prevents the bottom of the shirt from riding upwards and slipping out of the trousers' waistband.
    Perhaps sometimes this was not always the case.

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    Quote by big ned View Post
    Perhaps sometimes this was not always the case.
    The presence of Anna Semenovich would appear to be sufficient to neutralize all trouser security protocols.

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    Thank you F-B for the quick lesson on brown shirts. As ever I wish you the best.

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    In need of a good pressing and some starch but it will do for an example.
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