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Aust Slippers '45

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    Not much will be added to my collection any time soon for now! but I still have bits to post.
    1945 set and the only pair I've ever seen! - note the great coat button. Guess these are for barracks use?
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    Regards
    René

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    Could they be overboots for explosives handling? Late in the war most army boots had metal cleats fitted.

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    Quote by Ubique View Post
    Could they be overboots for explosives handling? Late in the war most army boots had metal cleats fitted.
    That certainly is a fair call, Cheers Mate
    Regards
    René

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    Rene you always come up with obscure stuff. It reminds me of the shoe covers they use to hand out to tourists visiting a mosque in Egypt, as an alternative to removing your footwear at the door.

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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    Rene you always come up with obscure stuff. It reminds me of the shoe covers they use to hand out to tourists visiting a mosque in Egypt, as an alternative to removing your footwear at the door.
    Cheers Anderson Mate.
    They are pretty looking hey?
    Last edited by reneblacky; 05-26-2019 at 01:37 AM. Reason: added text
    Regards
    René

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