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Czechoslovak wool great coat

Czechoslovak wool great coat with reverse dirndl on its back or without reverse dirndl was made of heavy wool molton fabric of US origin believed to USSR under Lend Lease Act. The US fabric color coding was O.D.33 (O.D. = olive drab (closer to khaki color)). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Great coat khaki molton AM-6. The great coast was manufactured in Soviet factories and it was designated for enlisted men.

209.00 €

Czechoslovak wool trousers

Czechoslovak wool trousers were made of natural twill wool fabric delivered to USSR from USA under Lend Lease Act. Trousers were worn by all ranks from enlisted men to officers because trousers for officers were sewed from designated running meters of cut fabric and trousers had to be sewed on individual order and use by factory made trousers was easier and faster solution as difference between factory-manufactured and individually sewed trousers was just in the cut of pockets. During production of trousers in Soviet cloths factories these were produced for Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR just in three basic fabrics which were following ones: Twill wool fabric in a weave 2/2 of US origin with fabric color coding O.D.3 (O.D. = Olive Drab (closer to olive-green color). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Cheviot AM-2. Twill wool fabric in a weave 2/2 of US origin with fabric color coding O.D.9 (O.D. = Olive Drab (closer to khaki color)). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Cheviot AM-4. Elastique wool fabric of US origin with fabric color coding O.D.32 or O.D.34 (Cloth, Wool Elastique, O.D., 18-oz. O.D. = Olive drab 32 (closer to dark-green color) and Olive drab 34 (close to light-green color)). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Diagonal AM-40 but unofficially the fabric was well known under the name "amerikanskyj diagonal" or "gabardin". Trousers made of US elastique let us say wool fabric Diagonal AM-40 were manufactured in Soviet cloth factories in 1944 and they were delivered to Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR within later period of 1944 or even at the very end of WWII.

125.00 €

Czechoslovak wool blouse

Czechoslovak wool blouse was made of natural twill wool fabric delivered to USSR from USA under Lend Lease Act. The blouse was primarily used by enlisted men but with modified opened collar it was also used by aspirants, warrant officers, low rank officers and women. During production in Soviet clothes factories the blouses sewed for Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR were manufactured just in three basic fabrics which were following ones: Twill wool fabric in a weave 2/2 of US origin with fabric color coding O.D.3 (O.D. = Olive Drab (closer to olive-green color). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Cheviot AM-2. Twill wool fabric in a weave 2/2 of US origin with fabric color coding O.D.9 (O.D. = Olive Drab (closer to khaki color)). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Cheviot AM-4. Elastique wool fabric of US origin with fabric color coding O.D.32 or O.D.34 (Cloth, Wool Elastique, O.D., 18-oz. O.D. = Olive drab 32 (closer to dark-green color) and Olive drab 34 (close to light-green color)). Fabric coding used by Soviets was Diagonal AM-40 but unofficially the fabric was well known under the name "amerikanskyj diagonal" or "gabardin". Blouses made of US elastique let us say wool fabric Diagonal AM-40 were manufactured in Soviet cloth factories in 1944 and they were delivered to Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR within later period of 1944 or even at the very end of WWII.

149.00 €

Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR - gear, light infantry weapons and other commissary material: Volume I & Volume II

This reference book is focused at one of the unknown and unexplored historical area of Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR where so far there was not issued any detailed study.     Within several well known publications and works issued in terms of description of military operations our foreign army forces at East there is possible to find about the gear, equipment and other commissary material just limited source of information and from this reason these ones cannot provide comprehensive view at scope followed by this reference book that is kind of attempt to partially fill the whitespace on the map of Czechoslovakian military history.          Range of both volumes: approximately 700 pages. Book´s format: wide 240mm x height 320mm. Language version: Slovak Writer:  Roman Moravec

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Battledress Blouse, 1940 Pattern with opened collar

In accordance with regulations issued for Czechoslovak Military Forces in USSR the blouses used by aspirants for officer´s ranks, warrant officers, officers and women should be equipped with opened collar as they worn shirts and ties. Considering these regulations, we have prepared for our customers a modified Battledress Blouse, 1940 Pattern with opened collar. The blouse wool and cotton fabrics, plastic buttons, threads and buckle are compatible with a collarless Battledress Blouse, 1940 Pattern.

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