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Article about: "Telogreika (cottonwool padded jacket) for Red Army and Navy" (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 3 June 1941). Sizes: Telogreikas are made of three different growth, co

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    Hum ... official document about budenovka ... I know someone who will love that for sure !


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    "Shinel (greatcoat)"

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 10 March 1931).

    Shinel are made in three different types:

    for infantry
    for cavalry
    for foot artillery

    PS cavalry shinel (of any size) is longer than the infantry and artillery types.

    Sizes:

    Shinel are made of seven different growth (0-6), corresponds to the seven standard sizes (determined by measuring the size of half of a breast circumference):

    "growth 0" - corresponds to the standard size "42"
    "growth 1" - corresponds to the standard size "44"
    "growth 2" - corresponds to the standard size "46"
    "growth 3" - corresponds to the standard size "48"
    "growth 4" - corresponds to the standard size "50"
    "growth 5" - corresponds to the standard size "52"
    "growth 6" - corresponds to the standard size "54"

    From the outside shinel made of gray greatcoat cloth, inner lining - lining canvas.
    Marking applied to the inside of the lining, with the bottom of the right side. Marking stamp contains: factory name, growth, OCT 2681 standard.

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    "Hat, artificial fur, for the Red Army (Ushanka)"

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 18 December 1941).

    Sizes:

    Ushanka are made of four different growth, each growth has one different head size:

    "growth 1" (1P) - corresponds to the standard size "54"
    "growth 2" (2P) - corresponds to the standard size "56"
    "growth 3" (3P) - corresponds to the standard size "58"
    "growth 4" (4P) - corresponds to the standard size "60"

    Ushanka is made of the following materials:

    Outside - artificial fur; cloth, moleskine cloth, or melange cloth
    Lining - painted calico
    For tying - cotton lace

    PS Materials for making ushanka - artificial fur, cotton lace and cloth, must be matched by color.

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    Just amazing documentations
    Thanks so much for sharing

    all the very best

    Bruno

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    Many thanks, Bruno, I am glad that it will be useful.

    Michael

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    Great thread!...
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