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New German M35 Tunic

Article about: Hi everyone, just got this infantry NCO's M35 tunic today. It is in superb condition and I'm very pleased with it! Any comments welcome. Doug

  1. #11


    Hello Doug,
    It is not a Feldbluse is a Feldbluse 1933 with the features adopted in 1934, so a Feldbluse 1933 modified 1934.
    A Feldbluse 1933 has no eyelets on the front for the hooks and the collar is Feldgrau.
    Yours has eyelets on the front and a dark Feldgrau collar. You can see the difference between dark Feldgrau and dark green on the third photo that you posted. You can clearly see that your shoulderstraps are dark green and much darker than the dark Feldgrau collar.
    The Feldbluse 1933, the Feldbluse 1933 modified 1934 and the Feldbluse 1933 modified 1935 have no lining at the back that's why it was decided in december 1936 to add a square piece of cloth in the middle of the back to prevent usury...
    Yours was modified at depot level as it hasn't been issued to a soldier...
    This a very nice example...i like it a lot...
    Last edited by JPhilip; 09-26-2015 at 02:25 PM.
    FELDGRAUEN, the German soldier on the western front, Summer & Autumn 1944
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  3. #12


    Great set up Doug! Thanks for sharing.
    Best regards,

    "Knowledge rests not upon truth alone, but upon error also."
    Carl Jung

  4. #13


    Thanks very much, I am very grateful for your help.

  5. #14


    excellent tunic.

  6. #15


    Hilarious ! Sounds like my wife !

  7. #16


    Great tunic, great pictures. But you need a bigger room to display your excellent collection. I think a common problem for many collectors. I think I'll need a bigger house as my collection is cramped in a two square meters space.

    Cheers Paul

  8. #17


    Very nice Tunic and photos.

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