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 Post subject: German Red Cross Uniform
PostPosted: Wed Feb 22, 2006 15:00 pm 
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Just in case anyone was interested, found this on eBay :

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Vintage-GERMAN-Re ... dZViewItem

And another :

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/WWII-German-Fire- ... dZViewItem

And another :

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Vintage-German-WW ... dZViewItem

Opening bid $1 ??? No bids yet.

Cara
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P.s, this isn't mine, just thought it may be of interest to someone on here.

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are they ww2?
they look like they have the quality and style of post-war german kit?
Not an expert on nursing or fire uniforms though.


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I haven't got a clue to be honest, I know only about the American ones. Thought I would post it hoping someone on here would have the knowledge and maybe the need.

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They're about as WWII as my Vietnam War M1 Helmet.....

Post-war West German junk, although there's probably a few dodgy WWII re-enactment groups who would wear them.... :lol:

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like SBG? smaller groups who don't go much on accuracy? :lol:


(this is a joke and is not an insult to anyone from SBG)


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Oh well. Worth a try.

Thanks Guys.

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Hi there just going to move this into German threads to see whether anyone else is interested.

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