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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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    Default Re: Identifying a telogreika jacket

    Quote by Wesley's Dad View Post


    Actually you did guess correctly. All wartime tank helmets have three "horns" on top... but, not all three "horn" helmets are wartime. At least three of these crewmen were the first postwar modification to the tank helmet. The round patch of material over the ear pieces is the detail. This photo is circa 1950-1955. So what does that mean for the attached collar telogrieka??? More confusion.
    Michael,

    I now see what you mean about the helmets, related to the rest of their uniforms.

    Quite confusing, I agree. But it it what makes soviet collection so interesting. There are things you just cannot find in a reference book, contrary to U.S. or German militaria collecting!


    Regards,


    Gus

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    In total for WW2 RKKA used four types telogreek..... Two of them have been shown above!!! It is necessary to understand with two remained.....
    I can I am mistaken?????

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    Quote by SSRuslan View Post
    In total for WW2 RKKA used four types telogreek..... Two of them have been shown above!!! It is necessary to understand with two remained.....
    I can I am mistaken?????
    We should be careful... This type clothing existed before the war in civilian life. The military adopted it, but did not invent it. I do not know for certain how many types were manufactured explicitly for the RKKA? There are likely numerous variations when considering the wear of civilian types as well.

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    Hi,
    I have this picture or you see a tank driver with the telogroika.

    Identifying a telogreika jacket

    Regards.
    Philippe

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    Soviet soldiers, winter 1942
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    Question Re: Identifying a telogreika jacket

    Hello fellow collector and experts,
    I stumbled across this telo and I'm suspicious, whether it's ww2 or post war.
    It has no inner pocket nor stampings, but has buttons with cyrillics and sov. star on it. The owner says it's a war example....
    Unfortunately I couldn't find a clear sign to proof it...

    I would be great, if you could have a look on it.

    Here are some pics of the jacket.

    I'm excited about your opinions.

    Thanks in advance
    Best regards from Germany
    Dante

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    Hi Dante, welcome to the forum!

    No pics are showing up.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    thanks ade!

    now uploaded @ wr:
    Identifying a telogreika jacket

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    Identifying a telogreika jacket

    thanks for your interest.
    Dante
    Last edited by Dante17; 11-04-2010 at 12:43 PM.

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    Hi,
    I find this telogreika nice. The lack of pocket inside and I like the cut. The top buttons are newer. I think this may be telogreika ww2.
    Regards.
    Philippe

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    Most likely, the images disappeared because you are using an outside image hosting program that is unreliable as far as continuity is concerned - contrary to forum rules that require the use of our own image posting program.

    Kindly read the forum's FAQ for posting images on this forum and re-post your images accordingly.

    If you need assistance, any of the administrative or moderating staff would be more than happy to oblige in any way.

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    As far as your telogreika is concerned, I am able to only state that one should "never-mind" stampings in any case...

    Philippe knows his stuff, but Mike knows just as well and I recommend reading his opinion if he has the opportunity to offer it.

    By the way, it seems to me that the last image posted shows a quite different example...
    Non nobis, Domine, non nobis, sed nomini tuo da gloriam!


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