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The 67 mountain signals battalion of the Wehrmacht commanders tunic

Branch: HEER
Product Code: o135/6
Price: 1,480.00€


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The 67 mountain signals  battalion of the Wehrmacht commanders tunic (Gebirgs-Divisions-Nachrichten-Abteilung 67) in the rank of major. Austrian army pattern tunic  tunic pre-war period made in Vienna, as evidenced by the tag on the left side of the lining.  The tunic is in excellent condition with traces of combat use. Loops for awards and medal bar are ww2 period attached. Major shoulder straps underlined with lemon-yellow wool for the signal troops and with attached cipher - "67". All insignia, "numbers" on the shoulder straps, breast eagle, and collar tabs were sewn originally during the war. There are minor puffs in the back area. Fit for a slim figure with a chest volume of 95 cm and a height of approximately 175 cm.

The 67th mountain communication's battalion of the Wehrmacht was formed on August 1, 1938, in Innsbruck, in the XVIII military district from units of the 6th telegraph battalion of the Austrian armed forces (Telegraphen-Bataillon 6). And transferred to the subordination of the 2nd mountain rifle division

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The 67 mountain signals  battalion of the Wehrmacht commanders tunic (Gebirgs-Divisions-Nachrichten-Abteilung 67) in the rank of major. Austrian army pattern tunic  tunic pre-war period made in Vienna, as evidenced by the tag on the left side of the lining.  The tunic is in excellent condition with traces of combat use. Loops for awards and medal bar are ww2 period attached. Major shoulder straps underlined with lemon-yellow wool for the signal troops and with attached cipher - "67". All insignia, "numbers" on the shoulder straps, breast eagle, and collar tabs were sewn originally during the war. There are minor puffs in the back area. Fit for a slim figure with a chest volume of 95 cm and a height of approximately 175 cm.

The 67th mountain communication's battalion of the Wehrmacht was formed on August 1, 1938, in Innsbruck, in the XVIII military district from units of the 6th telegraph battalion of the Austrian armed forces (Telegraphen-Bataillon 6). And transferred to the subordination of the 2nd mountain rifle division

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