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Some of my Bulgarian items that i need help for
Old 06-23-2014, 05:31 PM   #1
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I collect german and bulgarian stuff from and before the war.
Now, here are some of my stuff.
I would love to know what kind of tunic is this grey one and the other with the red collar tabs.
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Old 06-23-2014, 05:34 PM   #2
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Sorry for the only one pic of the grey tunic - it has cirilic B on each button and on the sleeve. The tunic is not at my place, but in my birth place, where most of my collection is so i cannot make new photos in a month or two.

Any help appriciated.

Btw. Im interested in Bulgarian police items and all kind of tunics at a reasonoble price.


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Old 06-26-2014, 08:18 PM   #3
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Will try to help. Not speak Bulgarian, but collected some Bulgarian militaria a few years earlier and tried to read everything in German and English, that I could find about them. It frustrated me to find any enlisted uniforms and I sold later everything.

Shoulderboards on first tunic are for General-Major (appear, that one miss the star?). Not sure, if the collar tabs correct for generals or not. This is the pre-M36 uniform, introduced sometime around 1920s and still worn by some rear units and reservists in early days of WW2 (but probably not by generals after late 1930s).

Second is officer's cape with rank of Kapitan of infantry. Not sure about third uniform - maybe better photo of the book/ID in hand of mannekin will help?

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Hi Klaus,
thanks
I will take some better pictures when i go back to my birth place.
I think the grey one is Brannik tunic - bulgarian youth organisation like Hitler Jugend.

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Old 06-27-2014, 11:58 AM   #5
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I had forgotten about Brannik. Not know much about their uniforms, but here is photo of similar to yours (dress uniform?). Have also seen photos of a 4 pocket tunic with shorts.



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HI
Yes this looks like my tunic
as far as I know the brown were everyday tunics and this blue grey ones were parade tunics.
Nice photo
do you have any other fotos of bg tunics?
im interested in seeing them
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I found Brannik's rank system, has anyone seen the zoom?
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