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 grayish green color. It was the official basic color of military uniforms of the German armed forces from the early
traditional Imperial and Reichswehr uniform color of grey-green "field gray" (feldgrau) wool, but incorporated four front patch pockets with scalloped flaps and
(2020-08-04). "5.SS-Panzer-Division "Wiking" (History, Battles, Org, Service)". Feldgrau. Retrieved 2022-11-12. Lepre, George (1997). Himmler's Bosnian Division:
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)
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
Retrieved 23 December 2012. "Bordfliegergruppe 196". Feldgrau. 4 August 2020. "Trägergruppe 186". Feldgrau. 4 August 2020. "Seefliegerverbände 1939-45". www
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
Retrieved 2021-07-20. "Imperial Austrian-Hungarian Danube Flotilla". Feldgrau. 2020-08-04. Retrieved 2021-07-20. "A-H Danube Flotilla". www.gwpda.org
reduced visibility; and in 1940 backings began to be produced in field-grey (feldgrau). Another version appeared with the advent of the Model 1944 Field Blouse
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