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All the patterns used by the formidable troops of the Waffen-SS, from the first revolutionary designs of the late 1930s to little-known innovations of 1945, are explained and illustrated by means of more than 120 colour photographs of rare, original surviving specimens. The book also covers similar and derivative patterns used by German and foreign armies up to the modern day; and gives invaluable advice on the identification of original wartime uniforms. Useful for collectors, uniform historians and military modellers alike, this title aims to resolve the confusion surrounding this subject and establishes and complete and concise system of identification and terminology.
|Reversible Wartime Patterns|
|Unidentified "Spiderweb" Pattern||p. 34|
|Non-reversible Wartime Patterns|
|Misc.German Wartime Patterns|
|Foreign Wartime Patterns|
|Italienisches Tarnmuster||p. 48|
|Ungarisches Tarnmuster||p. 52|
|Post-War German & Foreign Derivative Patterns|
|DDR-Russisches Tarnmuster||p. 53|
|Foreign Leibermuster||p. 59|
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Series: Europa Militaria
Number Of Pages: 64
Published: 31st August 2001
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 26.0 x 19.0 x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.24
Edition Type: New edition