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Identifying a telogreika jacket

Article about: Gentlemen, Since my childhood, the image of the soviet soldier of the Great Patriotic War included the telogreika padded jacket. For me it is an iconic part of his uniform, and it has ever s

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    Cocerning the inside pocket and the collar- there a both examples exists, and document says: depends of the wish of the order organisation.
    Tankman helmet. I somewhere heard about the helmets with fur, they was made for extreme cold with round type of the earphones, they was coated with the same material as a base of the helmet, otherwise, the M47 canvas helmet has ruberised headphones.
    The last one gimnasterka is womans? Has a left side closure ( I've never seen before the females type)
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    Quote by vvadim View Post
    Sleeves' liner was made from flannel and body liner was made from calico. Find real WW2 jacket is close to impossible.
    Vadim, how then you can explain me situation with the grey telogreika's from Germany, which was belonged to the POW's, in the past I got thee only grey color examples, and they are unquestionable war time original examples ( some trousers which is interesting found in olive drab and khaki colors)
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    Here is the grey variant with the liner I like in all the period vatnink's. It is a issue item


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    Here is another one and it is a black with the lots of markings. This example is dated 40 year


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    Regards,
    Dimas

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    Dimas,

    I think the key is that the Telogreika is a civilian clothing article adopted by the military. Certainly made during the war and prewar to a military specification. Vvadim's documents are for such a military specification. The POW telogreika are probably civilian outdoor work clothing issued in mass to German POWs. Same thing could be seen on farmers, road workers, railroad workers etc. I also suspect a large number of military worn telogreika were drawn from civil stocks or made by civilian clothing factories requisitioned by the military. Their product remained unchanged.

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    Quote by Dimas View Post
    The last one gimnasterka is womans? Has a left side closure ( I've never seen before the females type)
    Hello Dimas ,
    look at this picture, the two types of closure are present
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    Machine gunners, the jacket is raised, no belt
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    Nice pic
    Looks like the one guy is wearing SS camo.

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    Hi guy's
    Nobody answered the question I asked?
    Vvadim document comes from a manual of 1944

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    Dom,

    The first picture is good for example since both types of closure are visible. However I think that the second photo is printed with the negative reversed. Look at the belt buckles... If the image is not reversed then every soldier is left handed. Not likely, I think I have seen it published the other way before. Like this...

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    Nice photo of the machinegunner's telo, at least one example of no belt.

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