Camouflage uniforms--any WWII SS, possibly?
I apologize for the lack of precision in the photo; unfortunately I have no way to obtain better ones. Taking a look at the camo uniforms, in your opinions, do any of them look like late WWII Waffen SS patterns? I honestly don't even know their nationalities, so I might be in the wrong place. If any of the non-US BDU (that one I recognize) patterns look familiar to anyone, any information at all, it would be a help.
10-05-2013 06:56 PM
I see some US ww2 pattern, Modern US woodland some Italian there looks to be a 44 dot SS on hanger could not tell you about its originality you would have post detailed pictures for the SS uniform experts same goes for the other cammo. timothy
Thanks, Timothy. I suspected some looked like 1944 SS but wasn't sure. If I get in a position to get better photos I will add them. Unfortunately I wasn't present at the inventorying to say "Hold on, take a real good full shot of this one and that one."
I see Italian camo, Erbsentarn, USMC, etc. What is this? lol
Looking for WWII U.S. dog tags
I'm helping a friend inventory a collection, basically. I enjoy the process but there are a ton of gaps in my knowledge of militaria.
must better pictures are needed to help you.
I think the one id as dot 44 is probably post war Austrian? I see nothing WWII German there.
its just an opinion.
I see SS dot and Austrian , as well as Italian .
I think i see a US "chocolate chip" desert camo at the far end!...
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