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Lost Battalions M.1907/10 Tunic
Lost Battalions M.1914 Vereinfachte or "Transitional" Tunic
Lost Battalions M.1915 "die Bluse" Tunic
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German Army M.1915 "Die Bluse"

This item is proudly made in the United States

M.1915 "Die Bluse" the new tunic intended to replace the M.1907/10 and M.1914 "Transitional" or "Simplified" jacket (although both continued to be seen alongside it). The Bluse was made in dark field grey cloth with a fall collar faced with a lighter 'pea-green' material. The six large front buttons were concealed by a fly; and it had two slanted, flapped side pockets.

The shoulder straps were narrower, and detachable; nevertheless, they were often sewn firmly down to the shoulders, to prevent snagging. They were piped, in white for infantry, and bore the regimental number or cypher monogram in red chain-stitched embroidery.

The 1915 tunic was of the same design for the whole army, although made in a greener shade for the Light Infantry and Rifle units (Jäger and Schützen).


Metric (cm)
To 42
To 107
112 -122
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