Tropical Uniform

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World War II German Uniform - Army (Heer) - Tropical Uniform
... The M40 Tropical tunics of the Afrikakorps, later authorized for summer field wear in Southern Europe, were basically the same cut as the standard army uniform but with open collar and ... Officers as usual often purchased uniforms privately, and olive, khaki or mustard-yellow cotton versions of the M35 officers' tunic were worn alongside the standard issue, sometimes with green collars ... The M40 Tropical breeches were of jodhpur type, to be worn with knee-boots or puttees these were very unpopular and most were soon cut off to make shorts (captured British/Commonwealth shorts were frequently ...

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