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Note, however, that as this was still classed as a working rather than a service dress garment it still did not display the breast eagle. The only features which would identify his exact unit have been temporarily removed as too conspicuous for ﬁeld use – white collar patches piped in bright red. Nevertheless, at 42 An officer of the Sturmgeschütz-Abteilung ‘HG’ at the saluting dais. He wears service uniform with breeches and riding boots but without such parade embellishments as aiguillettes or brocade belt and sword – cf Plate C2.
His helmet is the later M1942 style with a ‘raw’ unrolled edge, here with a simple string netting cover. The division’s white collar patches are nearly hidden, but he has attached uniform shoulder straps to the camouﬂage jacket, which was issued complete with the breast eagle. An M1924 stick grenade is thrust into his riﬂe belt. E3: Feldwebel, Panzer-Regiment; Italy, summer 1943 Despite its regulation appearance, his cap is not Luftwaffe issue, but either privately purchased or a bleached Army example which was once olive drab; such personal initiatives were not uncommon in the Wehrmacht (see text, page 39).