Feldgrau 🎨 RGB Color Code: #4D5D53
The hexadecimal RGB code of Feldgrau color is #4D5D53. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 4D red (77/256), a 5D green (93/256) and a 53 blue component (83/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(77,93,83). Closest WebSafe color: Dim gray (#666666)
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Feldgrau (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
glauconite. Feldgrau (field grey) was the color of the field uniform of the German Army from late 1907 until 1935, and the East German NVA armies. Feldgrau yellow
traditional Imperial and Reichswehr uniform color of grey-green "field gray" (feldgrau) wool, but incorporated four front patch pockets with scalloped flaps and
first recorded use of morning blue as a color name in English is unknown. Feldgrau (field grey) was the color of the field uniform of the German Army from
Uniform colour Feldgrau (Waffen-SS)
Allegiance Baltic nobility Size 10,500 Patron Rüdiger von der Goltz Colours Feldgrau Engagements Estonian War of Independence, Latvian War of Independence,
Überzug faded into a tan shade. In October 1916 the colour was changed to feldgrau (field grey), although by that date the plain metal Stahlhelm was standard
Rodeike 1995, pp. 167–176. "German phonetic alphabet of World War II." feldgrau.com. Retrieved: 2 January 2010. Ebert, Kaiser & Peters 1992, p. 137. Nowarra
members as possible with military uniforms of all sorts, ranging from Feldgrau to camouflage types. A telling example of the Volkssturm's piecemeal outfitting
British racing green RAL 6006 Grey olive Standard Wehrmacht Feldgrau RAL 6007 Bottle green RAL 6008 Brown green RAL 6009 Fir green Galactica
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