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  • Puttees (long): O/Rs, British Army

    Puttees (long): O/Rs, British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12384

    Puttees Pair of matching long puttess of kahki wool, complete with tying tapes.

  • respirator, anti-gas light, No L2

    respirator, anti-gas light, No L2

    (Equipment) Made by: W and G 1945

    EQU 1410

    canvas carrier, respirator with canister black rubber mask with attached canister, no connecting tube, light green carrier with one small external pocket and one small internal pocket. Back of mask strap marked (printed): 'No L 2 W. & G. 1945...

  • Shorts, Tropical Khaki Drill: British

    Shorts, Tropical Khaki Drill: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13198

    The basic khaki drill tropical dress of the 1930s remained in service with troops serving in hot & tropical climates, including the jungles of Burma and Malaya in 1942. The colour was found to be less than satisfactory against the background of the...

  • Trousers, Battledress

    Trousers, Battledress

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12836

    Trousers Pair of trousers made of khaki serge cloth.

  • Tie (neck) Convalescents' (Hospital Blue Uniform)

    Tie (neck) Convalescents' (Hospital Blue Uniform)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12345

    First World War period British Army issue necktie; part of the 'Hospital Blue' uniform (light blue jacket and trousers) worn by wounded troops whilst on convalescent leave in the UK.

  • Puttees (long), O/Rs

    Puttees (long), O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12827

    Standard leg coverings used by the British Army from the late-Victorian era through to the First World War and interwar years. Puttees (a shortened version) were still in use by the Army, Royal Marines and RAF Regiment until the mid-1980s when the...

  • Kilt Apron (Highland Regiments)

    Kilt Apron (Highland Regiments)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 5826

    First World War period British Army issue kilt cover as worn by Highland regiments on active service. The cover protected the kilt and also made it less conspicuous in the field.

  • Shorts, Tropical Khaki Drill: British

    Shorts, Tropical Khaki Drill: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13172

    The basic khaki drill tropical dress of the 1930s remained in service with troops serving in hot & tropical climates, including the jungles of Burma and Malaya in 1942. The colour was found to be less than satisfactory against the background of the...

  • Trousers, Battledress

    Trousers, Battledress

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12843

    Standard army issue trousers of the Battledress uniform.

  • Trousers, Khaki Drill (British)

    Trousers, Khaki Drill (British)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12896

    Second World War period British Army issue khaki drill trousers.

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