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    #46
    Originally posted by Fred Green View Post
    Greetings All,

    It is a patched up swedish tunic with east german shoulder boards! I don't care for the collar tabs either!

    Fred
    Looks like a early circa 1980s reenacting set up.
    Collecting Nebeltruppe-Smoke Troops Items and Post-War Unit Histories

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      #47
      my austrian tunic collections.

      here is mu austrian tunics.
      all tunics are converted after anschluss as well,
      these were not czech reworked one, cause of czech tunic wool was all brownish
      fabric,is hard to redyed into feldgrau.


      just one tunic from the left is dyed into darkgreenish. however it does not seem brownish color.

      cheers

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        #48
        summer light weight tunic

        Here are the other austrian tunic



        scaropped pocket one is normaly tunic

        but kahki one is extremely rare AlpenJager summer tunic made out of HBT.

        such as kahki HBT fabric often used internal clothes especialy austrian tunic.

        hope it would help your dubt

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          #49
          Some new pics or jacket ?

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            #50
            here is new pic of slovak tunic?

            here is example of tunics


            especially,I have beeing collecting unusual tunics nor M36,40,41,42,43,44
            here is great sample of it.
            that tunics I believe that it is reissued slovak
            because of my guess from my collection,reissued slovak tunic,and fabric sheet.
            that is slovak one.
            and as same time slovak army used same color of tunic between german and slovak

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              #51
              Originally posted by jagdflieger View Post
              here is example of tunics


              especially,I have beeing collecting unusual tunics nor M36,40,41,42,43,44
              here is great sample of it.
              that tunics I believe that it is reissued slovak
              because of my guess from my collection,reissued slovak tunic,and fabric sheet.
              that is slovak one.
              and as same time slovak army used same color of tunic between german and slovak
              This is a beautiful Czechoslovakian tunic reworked to WH GJ tunic.

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                #52
                danke antifake

                thank you!!
                that tunic is mint one, since I have been collecting those items,
                but it hardly get easily.I am so lucky!!

                soon I will ahow you slovak over coat and side cap!!

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                  #53
                  My 2 untouched GJ austrian conversion tunics for your enjoyment
                  Both fought in the Kuban pocket
                  Attached Files

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                    #54
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                      #55
                      Stoff (t) from my collection.

                      Regads Radek



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                        #56
                        Very very interesting pieces guys.

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                          #57
                          An Austrian conversion

                          This converted tunic has seen a great deal of use...



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                              #59
                              Very nice tunic Grant, these were often used for basic training to conserve new and standard issue tunics and saw heavy wear. Later they were issued to support units and in the end line units were using them. Yours has a nice salty look with period repairs.
                              Collecting Nebeltruppe-Smoke Troops Items and Post-War Unit Histories

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                                #60
                                Originally posted by antifake View Post
                                Stoff (t) from my collection.

                                Regads Radek

                                Nice!

                                Interesting thread.

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