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KL uniform pt 2
Old 02-09-2020, 06:25 AM   #1
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KL uniform part 3
Old 02-09-2020, 06:31 AM   #2
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Old 02-09-2020, 08:09 AM   #3
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Didnt know the KL inmates had shorts and metal buttons.
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Old 02-09-2020, 08:32 AM   #4
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YOU WAF server for photos ( in other case you thread will be delete ! ). You do not need to be Association member to post photos on WAF! You can upload photos directly to WAF server.
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Old 02-09-2020, 09:53 AM   #5
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Didnt know the KL inmates had shorts and metal buttons.
I had to scroll back through the pictures but yes, shorts and metal buttons?!?!
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Didnt know the KL inmates had shorts and metal buttons.
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I had to scroll back through the pictures but yes, shorts and metal buttons?!?!
Yes .Shorts and metal buttons.
Suprised?!?!
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Old 02-09-2020, 05:24 PM   #8
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YOU WAF server for photos ( in other case you thread will be delete ! ). You do not need to be Association member to post photos on WAF! You can upload photos directly to WAF server.
Thank you.
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If my thread will be deleted Im nothing loose.Im not asking.Im answering....
For me it is easy to take my old pics from Warrelics forum.
Im treat this hate forum as a my pics bank witch fast acces to my old pics.
Anyway thanks for you great post about Polish Resistance Force.
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Old 02-09-2020, 07:29 PM   #9
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Anmarlodz why are you thinking that im selling this uniform?
I just posted it as reference.This whole set is not for sale.
Are you crazy
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Old 02-10-2020, 03:40 AM   #10
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I think there are some mixed up pictures.
The first picture with the black ink marking "46" is of what looks to be a jacket, in "drillich" base fabric, so a summer tunic.

The other pictures of the short pants show the correct wool base fabric for that type of clothing, with correct lining anc correct construction.
Impossible to say if they were shortened during the TR era or postwar. Metal buttons were common in inmate tunics, but usually they were of the thin type and not the thick ones used for the Army/SS/Party... uniforms.

I personally know nothing about the sand jacket, not for sure a "standard" inmate one.
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Why so snappy to me and Phantom for just a question?
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Why so snappy to me and Phantom for just a question?
My intention was a simply answer and question.
If you feel offended of course I appologize.
Nothing personal.
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I think there are some mixed up pictures.
The first picture with the black ink marking "46" is of what looks to be a jacket, in "drillich" base fabric, so a summer tunic.

The other pictures of the short pants show the correct wool base fabric for that type of clothing, with correct lining anc correct construction.
Impossible to say if they were shortened during the TR era or postwar. Metal buttons were common in inmate tunics, but usually they were of the thin type and not the thick ones used for the Army/SS/Party... uniforms.

I personally know nothing about the sand jacket, not for sure a "standard" inmate one.
I think pants were shortened during German administration or later when prisoners were liberated but for sure on camp area.(As I know my family member didnt walk in them across Europe)
Bergen Bersen was liberated 15 April 1945 but a lot of prisoners stay in camp much longer.
By the way the whole set for many many years was lying on attic in suitcase.
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Yes .Shorts and metal buttons.

Suprised?!?!

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Very surprised yes. Admittedly not my field but of all the footage and pictures I have seen if the camps I cannot ever recall seeing shorts or metal buttons but I may well be wrong
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To be honest with you my thinking is that the shortening of the trousers was done post war although I cannot honestly understand why unless there was damage to the lower legs of the trousers. As for the buttons they look more like the heavier duty army buttons than the lighter buttons of inmate uniforms so again post war swap out?

Material and cut of the items in general looks right from what I have seen previously
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