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Thread: Light Oak A Spring Camouflage

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    Default Light Oak A Spring Camouflage

    Hello! I am new to this forum, and found it during a search for German WWII camouflage patterns.

    I am hoping that someone here has information on the Light Oak A Spring camouflage pattern. I am trying to find a picture, or reference, for the full pattern. My desire is to transfer the pattern to a hydrographics film.

    PLEASE!!! Any information would be greatly appreciated.

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    Default Re: Light Oak A Spring Camouflage

    Hi Panzer4, welcome aboard, you can check out this thread:
    http://ww2incolor.com/forum/showthread.php?t=7189
    Or, you might private message flamethrowerguy with your question.
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    Default Re: Light Oak A Spring Camouflage

    Images of the full pattern are more than tough to find. It had an original size of 45cm x 45cm respectively 60cm x 60cm.

    Just some examples:
    1.jpg 3.jpg
    2.jpg

    Definition: 5-color-print (due to overlapping mixture of three original colors), "jagged-cloudy" spots, can be seen on photo documents from 1942 on.
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    Default Re: Light Oak A Spring Camouflage

    Thanks for the replies. Any and all information is appreciated.

    There are reproduction smocks, etc. being supplied. Does anyone know if they are fairly accurate? I am also wondering who, if anybody, would hold the license for the pattern?

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    Default Re: Light Oak A Spring Camouflage

    Quote Originally Posted by Panzer 4 View Post
    Does anyone know if they are fairly accurate?
    Generally spoken US repros are much more accurate than Asian ones.
    "I just ran out of ammo. I will ram this one. Good bye, we'll meet in Valhalla." - Major Heinrich Ehrler, April 4, 1945

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