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    "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, corresponds to the three standard sizes (determined by measuring the size of half of a breast circumference):

    "growth 1" (1P) - corresponds to the standard size "46"
    "growth 2" (2P) - corresponds to the standard size "50"
    "growth 3" (3P) - corresponds to the standard size "54"

    Description:
    Single-breasted padded jacket with high collar must be fastened with four loops sewn on the board, and one loop on the collar. On the right side and on the collar should be sewn respectively five buttons . On the back, in the side seams must be sewn half-belt with iron buckle, to tighten the jackets at the waist. From the outside telogreika made of diagonal fabric khaki, inner lining - made of unbleached calico.

    Sleeves should end with cuffs, fastened on the same as on the board, one loop and one button.Sleeves should be or flannel lining without wool or unbleached calico lining with cottonwool. Telogreika must have two side patch pockets.

    Markings applied to the inner side jackets on the lower back. Marking stamp contains: factory name, height, passer numbers, grade and year of manufacture (last two digits).

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    "Sharowary (cottonwool padded trousers) with knee pads, for Red Army and Navy"

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 3 June 1941).


    Sizes:

    Sharovary are made of three different growth, corresponds to the three standard sizes:

    "growth 1" (1P) - corresponds to the standard size "46"
    "growth 2" (2P) - corresponds to the standard size "50"
    "growth 3" (3P) - corresponds to the standard size "54"

    Description:

    Cottonwool trousers sewn vertical seams and fastened with five buttons - two at the waist, two on the codpiece, and one button - on lining.
    On the back side, at the top, sewn adjusting half-belt with iron buckle, to tighten the trousers at the waist. There were also two side pockets and a small watch-pocket, located at the top left of the belt. In the upper part there are five loops for waist belt. At the bottom legs of the trousers have additional straps. From the outside sharowary made of diagonal fabric khaki, inner lining - made of unbleached calico.

    PS At the request of the customer, trousers can be made without knee pads.


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    "Metal buttons for trousers"

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 16 April 1941).


    The button consists of two separate parts, connected together. Outside the buttons are covered with black lacquer.

    Buttons produced in two sizes:

    "M"- small ( 14 mm diameter).
    "Б"- big ( 16,5 mm diameter).

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    "Metal buttons for uniforms"

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 10 March 1930).

    The button consists of three separate parts, connected together. Buttons are painted black color.
    Buttons produced in three sizes:

    "M"- small ( 14 mm diameter).
    "С"- medium ( 18 mm diameter).
    "Б"- big ( 22 mm diameter).

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    Hello,

    Excellent, thanks Michael !
    This new telogreika documents will be a very good add to this thread !
    Identifying a telogreika jacket

    In 1941 (basically) we have the half-belt and no pocket inside.

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    Thanks, Arthur.
    If this topic is of interest to RKKA collectors, I will continue it later.

    PS Sorry my very bad english

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    I only wish my Russian be as good than your english

    Keep it up !

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    Excellent! Thank you.
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    "RKKA helmet, winter ("budenovka").

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 26 December 1931).

    Sizes:

    "Budenovka" are made of three different growth, each growth has two different head size:

    "growth 1" (1P) produced two standard head sizes - "55" and "56"
    "growth 2" (2P) produced two standard head sizes - "57" and "58"
    "growth 3" (3P) produced two standard head sizes - "59" and "60"

    Description:
    The upper part of the helmet is stitched from three individual parts - in the form of wedges. Inside the helmet is sewn quilted warm lining of cottonwool. At the level of the upper sides of the star sewn two buttons ( "M"- size).

    The helmet is made of the following materials:

    Outside - "hats" cloth, or moleskin.
    Lining - painted calico.
    "Star" - cloth (in different types of troops - stars of different colors).

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    "Gloves, winter, cloth, for the Red Army"("Rukavitzi").

    (approved by the All-Union Standards Committee 26 June 1934).

    Sizes:

    Gloves are made of three different sizes:

    "Mалый"- small.
    "Средний"- medium.
    "Большой"- big.

    Gloves made of gray lint-free cloth, or gray greatcoat cloth.

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