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Ss tk - Sturmbann V "Brandenburg"

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ID:	252057Apropos your "Stechbarth" thingy, then read this directive from the SS which makes the idea all the more silly. Such allows for tailor made uniforms of a kind, but why would one have such an expense? The earth brown uniform was a work uniform, identical in its own way to similar ones long used in the military. It was not intended for polite and dress circumstances.

    damit, basta.

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    One keeps in mind that the Staernachweis or T. O. & E. of the Wachverbaende, or the later SSTV was about nine thousand prior to the mobilization that eventually ended with the Totenkopfdivision in war time. Such was a very small force, to be sure.
    damit, basta.

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