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WW2 1945 British Jungle Greens

Article about: My wife got me a set of ‘Jungle Greens’, slouch hat and other little bits and pieces for Christmas. As I was very good boy this year I got two battledress blouses. The BD trousers and blouse

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    And finally. Not British, however, our man has picked up a Japanese water bottle off of the battlefield
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    An unissued Australian 1944 dated beret. I have shown a couple of images of what I think is the same type being worn.
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    A publication from Ceylon for the RAF called Airflow. It is about A5 size and contains stories, cartoons and quiz’s along with adverts. This edition is from August 1944
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    I haven’t updated this thread for a little while. The only addition is a pair of issue spectacles.
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    Looks good. That arm looks a bit odd though. Maybe a bit of mud on the boots would complete the picture.

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    Quote by Anderson View Post
    Looks good. That arm looks a bit odd though. Maybe a bit of mud on the boots would complete the picture.
    Unfortunately that’s how he came. He’s a Hindsgaul mannequin so he’s very well made and I don’t really want to start cutting him up. I think it does give him a bit of character, better than the ones standing to attention, although it does look like he’s propping up a bar. Maybe I need to get some ammo crates for him to lean on and a beer bottle.

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