German Army M36 Tunic

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Fine wool for a fine Feldbluse 

The M36 Tunic (Feldbluse) in the German Army pattern was the most commonly issued German Uniform at the start of the WW2. Made from fine field-gray fabric with pleated pockets and scalloped flaps. The collar and shoulder boards are made from dark bottle green wool.  

  • 4 sets of double belt hook holes
  • 5 front buttons
  • brown cotton lining
  • round edge shoulder boards

The Tunic is supplied with shoulder boards of your choice, but without any other insignia.

 

Where was the German Army M36 Tunic used?

  • Western Front
  • Crete
  • Eastern-Front
  • All early and mid-war battlefields

Which division used the German M36 Feldbluse?

  • Gebirgsjager
  • Pionier
  • Artillery
  • Infantry
  • Panzergrendier
  • All Army (Heer) units 
  • Some Waffen-SS units 

 

 

 
 
German Army M36 Tunic

Fine wool for a fine Feldbluse 

The M36 Tunic (Feldbluse) in the German Army pattern was the most commonly issued German Uniform at the start of the WW2. Made from fine field-gray fabric with pleated pockets and scalloped flaps. The collar and shoulder boards are made from dark bottle green wool.  

  • 4 sets of double belt hook holes
  • 5 front buttons
  • brown cotton lining
  • round edge shoulder boards

The Tunic is supplied with shoulder boards of your choice, but without any other insignia.

 

Where was the German Army M36 Tunic used?

  • Western Front
  • Crete
  • Eastern-Front
  • All early and mid-war battlefields

Which division used the German M36 Feldbluse?

  • Gebirgsjager
  • Pionier
  • Artillery
  • Infantry
  • Panzergrendier
  • All Army (Heer) units 
  • Some Waffen-SS units 

 

 

 
 
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