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Original German WWII Named Heer Colonel's Waffenrock Tunic with Tank Destruction Badge

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Original Item: Only One Available. This is a wonderful condition Berlin custom tailor made officer's tunic for a Colonel in the Infantry. It features an original medal ribbon bar and Iron cross 2nd Class buttonhole ribbons (EK2). Tunic is named on the inside label with rank and last name that is difficult to read. Of particular note is the high quality reproduction Tank Destruction tab or badge on the right shoulder.

Approximate Measurements:
Collar to shoulder: 9.5”
Shoulder to sleeve: 25.5”
Shoulder to shoulder: 16.5”
Chest width: 18”
Waist width: 17”
Hip width: 28”
Front length: 31"

The Deutsche Heer, the Army of the German Military during the Third Reich, was established in 1935. Over the next 10 years, German Army troops wore a huge variety of uniforms. Enlisted men generally wore uniforms issued from military depots. Most enlisted soldiers wore wool trousers and a tunic with four external pockets, known as a Feldbluse (field blouse). Before the war, soldiers also were issued a walking-out tunic, with flashy insignia, called the Waffenrock. Officers wore the same general uniform styles, but as officers had to supply their own uniforms, they usually wore tailor made versions. There were also myriad varieties of specialized uniforms worn by certain units or in specific situations, from the stylish black wool “wraps” worn by crews of armored fighting vehicles, to the drab HBT work uniforms. There were tropical and summer uniforms, and camouflage smocks for combat troops. For troops operating in winter climates, there were long wool overcoats, fur clothing articles, and padded jacket and trousers sets. In 1944, a new uniform was introduced, featuring a short jacket with only two external pockets. Most but not all German Army uniform jackets bore the Heer emblem of an eagle holding a saws.

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