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Reichswehr Caps 1919 -1934

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    Default Reichswehr in 1921

    Early Bavarian soldiers: altes Foto / AK Soldaten 1921 | eBay
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    "15/19" probably is "15. Kompagnie des 19. Infanterie-Regiments"?

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    Quote by Hans Still View Post
    Early Reichswehr or Freikorps?
    Provisional Reichswehr ca. 1919.

    Some new insignia (cap wreaths, sleeve rank chevrons, sleeve unit patches) have already been adopted by some of the men, but are worn together with older model insignia on a variety of "old army" uniforms (although some appear to be wearing the newly-introduced Feldrock, as well).

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    Very nice material and analysis. Thank you.
    damit, basta.

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    This appears to be a transitional visor (circa 1919). Note that it is a silk-top:
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    Field cap marked IV A.K., which is for the 4th Armee Korps. General Command of the IV Army Corps in Magdeburg. Corps Area: Province Saxony and Duchy of Anhalt.
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    What is that spoked wheel that has been blocked out? I saw it in another cap, but presumed it may be a maker logo. Blocking it out makes me think it is tied to a specific unit. Danke.

    Quote by spandau View Post
    Hi

    Latest addition to my RW collection. A universal field cap that was introduced in 1917 for the imperial army but continued to be worn right upto the mid 1930's by training elements of the RW.

    This one has been issued after the end of the war as its bears no Imperial acceptance stamps but has the RW stamps. The wheel motif has been inked over and I have a suspicion that this may be a theatrical costumiers mark as I have a 1919 field cap with the same stamps. The inner lining material is t is more of a tunic lining that the white calco lining used in Imperial times.

    I am happy with it but it caused some debate among others. as ever comment welcome and feedback appreciated.

    Kind regards

    Tony

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    Default Bavarian, but are the cockades correct?

    This Einheitsfeldmütze recently was on eBay, and I fell short bidding. I love the Bavarian items, WWI, and going a handful of years into the 1920's. I am curious if the cockade configuration is legit on this--the state cockade would be a pre 1916 officer style, under the Royal Army. How much differences were continued by Bavaria in the Reichswehr? Obviously this continues the Bavarian tradition of all feldgrau, without the contrasting green.

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    Danke vielmals!

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