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    An issue of minor historical meaning, yes, but still one of my personal hobby horses. I searched the forum/archive but couldn't find any threat to deal with this issue in detail. I'd like to hear opinions of favourites among all the different kinds and sub-kinds and posting a couple of photos would be fine too. Anyone agrees?
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    I agree, lets do some camo. Lets see they mostly used a forest camo or wear the regular grey. Here is a pic of what seems to be a digital kind of camo, but mostly just dots.



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    I dont know German too good so someoe translate this?

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    Heeres-Splittermuster_45
    That is my favourite camo pattern,also the waffen ss contrive and use first the camouflage pattern under WW2 as I know.

    This coat would be very good in the winter
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    Quote Originally Posted by RifleMan20 View Post
    I agree, lets do some camo. Lets see they mostly used a forest camo or wear the regular grey. Here is a pic of what seems to be a digital kind of camo, but mostly just dots.
    Yo, RifleMan. This uniform is a real beauty and worth a fortune if you own an original one! It's a late-war peadot pattern. The unit is the SS-Freiwilligenlegion "Nederland" (dutch volunteers).
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    Quote Originally Posted by imi View Post
    Heeres-Splittermuster_45
    That is my favourite camo pattern,also the waffen ss contrive and use first the camouflage pattern under WW2 as I know.
    Yes, imi. The Waffen-SS has been the first unit to use camo uniforms world wide. They started in 1937, inventor was Prof. Johann Georg Otto Schick but SS-Obersturmbannführer Dr. Wim Brandt (1900-1941) developed the guidelines for the use of camo clothings.
    This well-known Splittertarn respectively Splintertarn (engl. version of the term) was used by Heer units, Luftwaffe foeld divisions and paratroopers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Walter Schmidt View Post


    I dont know German too good so someoe translate this?
    My pleasure: Plane tree pattern (autumn respectively summer color).
    The german plane tree pattern (=Platanenmuster) is the oldest dotted camouflage pattern in the world and was produced between 1937 and 1942.
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    Another one of my favourites: The early war Palmen-Muster (palm tree pattern) in summer version:

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    ^^^^^
    I like that camo. I could wear that all day, especially that one that imi posted.


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    my favorite is the pea-dot. Looks nice on TAMIYA models.

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    Here's a link to replica German camo uniforms from WW2. All pictured in full colour. They seem very accurate colourwise and in their patterns.
    http://www.zeugmeisterei.com/cms/en/...3be86cbe8bbbf6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eismann View Post
    Here's a link to replica German camo uniforms from WW2. All pictured in full colour. They seem very accurate colourwise and in their patterns.
    http://www.zeugmeisterei.com/cms/en/...3be86cbe8bbbf6
    Here they even show the "Leibertarn"-pattern of the last months of the war, it was meant to replace all other camo patterns and was supposed to work even at night and with infra red vision:


    Authentic pictures of this camo pattern are very rare, I just know this one and it's not in very good quality either:
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    http://i38.tinypic.com/vr7ms8.jpg
    This is for flame(this isn't a camo,but hope You like it)
    Only for 4200 euro
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    Quote Originally Posted by imi View Post
    http://i38.tinypic.com/vr7ms8.jpg
    This is for flame(this isn't a camo,but hope You like it)
    Only for 4200 euro
    Yes, I like it, but it's a little to expensive for me to collect, I am afraid. Must be one of those U-boat uniforms delivered to tank crews of 1st and 12th SS-Panzer-divisions, right?
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    Nope,this is a protect suit for flamethowerguys
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