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  • THE SECOND ITALO-ABYSSINIAN WAR, OCTOBER 1935-MAY 1936

    THE SECOND ITALO-ABYSSINIAN WAR, OCTOBER 1935-MAY 1936

    part of "BARKER A J (LT COL)" (photographs) Made by: Ethiopian official photographer 1935

    HU 47654

    Italian L3/35 tankettes and infantry advance into Abyssinia, 1935.

  • Puttees, M1909: O/R’s, Italian Army

    Puttees, M1909: O/R’s, Italian Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12278

    Puttees Pair of puttees of blue-grey wool.

  • Italian officer's sword, with scabbard

    Italian officer's sword, with scabbard

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    WEA 1183/1

    This sword was taken from the wall of an Italian officer's mess in Tripoli by British troops, at the time of that city's capture in January 1943. It was later donated to the museum by the former commanding officer of 22nd Anti-Aircraft Brigade...

  • Jacket, Tropical: Italian

    Jacket, Tropical: Italian

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 3897

    Second World War period Italian Army issue lightweight jacket of the type worn by Italian Colonial Infantry.

  • Trousers, M1937 Service Dress (Italian) O/Rs

    Trousers, M1937 Service Dress (Italian) O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12796

    Trousers Trousers made of grey-green wool.

  • Beretta M.1938A submachine-gun [2nd issue] (IWM)

    Beretta M.1938A submachine-gun [2nd issue] (IWM)

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Pietro Beretta SpA, Gardone Valtrompia, Italy

    FIR 6063

    The Beretta Model 1938A was the standard Italian submachine-gun of the Second World War. Designed by Tullio Marengoni, it was a sophisticated weapon made to high standards of production. It featured two triggers - one for single shot fire, and one for...

  • Steel Helmet, M1916 Adrian Pattern: Italian

    Steel Helmet, M1916 Adrian Pattern: Italian

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12282

    The M1915 French Adrian pattern helmet was adopted by many combatant nations during the First World War. This type of helmet was adopted by Italy in 1916 who used their own modified version.

  • Trousers, M1909 Service Dress: O/R’s, Italian Army

    Trousers, M1909 Service Dress: O/R’s, Italian Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12277

    Trousers Pair of trousers of grey-green wool with white cuffs and grey tape ties.

  • Beretta M1934

    Beretta M1934

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Pietro Beretta SpA, Gardone Valtrompia, Italy 1937

    FIR 3708

    The Beretta M1934 was the most successful of a series of pistols produced by Beretta for the Italian Army. It was designed by Beretta's chief designer, Tullio Marengoni, in response to a military decision to replace all existing service pistols with...

  • Steel Helmet, M1915 Adrian Pattern: Italian

    Steel Helmet, M1915 Adrian Pattern: Italian

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 276

    Helmet Steel helmet of similar design to the French Adrian pattern, having a fitted comb to the crown and extended peaks to the front and rear. The essential difference is the absence of a fitted badge and the way in which the helmet is manufactured,...

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