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(English: field-grey) is a greenish grey color. It was the official basic color of military uniforms of the German armed forces from the early
Uniforms of the German Army (1935–1945)
traditional Imperial and Reichswehr uniform color of grey-green "field gray" (
) wool, but incorporated four front patch pockets with scalloped flaps and
Shades of yellow
(field grey) was the color of the field uniform of the German Army from late 1907 until 1935, and the East German NVA armies.
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World War. The color chosen was a grey-green called field grey (German:
). It was chosen because it was less visible at a distance than the previous
the preexisting Pike-grey uniforms remained in use alongside the newer
model. The last known surviving member of the Austro-Hungarian Army was
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("field grey") uniforms of the Wehrmacht and the green uniforms of the
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