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  • document bag, camouflage, non-regulation

    document bag, camouflage, non-regulation

    (Equipment)

    EQU 2532

    case square-shaped document 'briefcase' (H 25cm x W 30cm) made of M1931 pattern zeltbahn cloth in splinter ('splitter') camouflage pattern. Inside, the bag has a compartment containing a simple tan cloth sleeve stitched to the back...

  • Zeltbahn, M1931 personal cape/shelter quarter

    Zeltbahn, M1931 personal cape/shelter quarter

    (Equipment)

    EQU 2506

    Second World War period German Army issue multi-purpose cape. The M1931 pattern Zeltbahn was the first mass-produced item used by the German military to be made of camouflage print material. The zeltbahn was a multi-purpose item of personal equipment and...

  • Pouch, MG34/42 Machine Gunner's (spare parts): German

    Pouch, MG34/42 Machine Gunner's (spare parts): German

    (Equipment)

    EQU 4067

    Pouch black leather rectangular-shaped pouch with top opening flap.

  • Breadbag, M1931: German

    Breadbag, M1931: German

    (Equipment)

    EQU 4070

    Breadbag small lightweight canvas single-compartment haversack with a large flap worn on the waist belt. The bag has a cloth support tab to the upper centre with a metal hook, and two button-down belt loops, one either side. Fitted to the flap are two...

  • Sd Ffz 182 & Pz Kw VI Ausf B & Tiger II & Royal Tiger & King Tiger Tank

    Sd Ffz 182 & Pz Kw VI Ausf B & Tiger II & Royal Tiger & King Tiger Tank

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 393

    The 'Royal Tiger' first went into action in May 1944 on the Eastern Front and was intended to match any new tank the Russians could produce. The heaviest operational tank of the war, it suffered from limited mobility and mechanical...

  • badge, special, German, Anti-Partisan Battle Badge

    badge, special, German, Anti-Partisan Battle Badge

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 8053

    German anti-partisan badge, being a silver metal voided vertical oval strap on which a pattern of oak leaves and acorns with a skull and crossbones at the base, above which a multi-headed serpent is wrapped around the wide blade of a vertically aligned...

  • badge, special, German, Crimea armshield

    badge, special, German, Crimea armshield

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 8056

    Bronzed metal shield with a narrow raised inner border, being a Wehrmacht eagle with outstretched wings clasping a circular wreath containing a swastika, above a raised relief design of the Crimean peninsula with the inscription KRIM within. The dates...

  • brassard, German, cuff title, Kreta

    brassard, German, cuff title, Kreta

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 8046

    Second World War period German Army uniform insignia. The 'Kreta' cuff title ('Armelband Kreta') was awarded to German forces who took part in the conquest of Crete in May 1941.

  • brassard, German, cuff title, Afrika Korps

    brassard, German, cuff title, Afrika Korps

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 8038

    Second World War period German Army cuff title issued to German soldiers who took part in the campaign in North Africa (1940-1943). It was worn on the cuff of the uniform.

  • badge, special, German, Demjansk armshield

    badge, special, German, Demjansk armshield

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 8057

    Stamped grey metal shield consisting of a raised relief design of two crossed swords with an aeroplane flying face-on between the blades, below is an inscription of the year 1942 and above is an inscription of the word DEMJANSK. Along the top of the...

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