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DescriptionWe proudly present these Retro WWII Camo style pants, on sale now at an incredible price, more than half off! These Retro Camo pants are a perfect addition to the wardrobe of any man, woman, or child. As with all our apparel, these are durable, functional and comfortable. These pants are 55% Cotton and 45% Polyester, tough yet light and breathable. These pants feature the essential six pocket design, adjustable waist tabs, zipper fly, and adjustable drawstring ankles. Also featuring the reinforced knees, seat and crotch, double stitching and double layer material, these pants could have very well survived WWII. Fantastic for any outdoor endeavor, and stylish enough to wear every day! Get your own pair of Retro WWII Camo pants today. Sizes range from XS to 2X, please specify when ordering.
The drab uniforms of 1914-18 remained in general use until World War II. This was partly for political reasons since the Republican, Fascist, Nazi and Communist regimes that replaced many of the old monarchies and empires had little interest in preserving the splendors of their predecessors. However even in those societies where there was social and political continuity the trend was away from the traditional uniforms worn prior to 1914.
Uniforms of varying shades of khaki and grey were universal in World War II but the cut and outline appearance of the different armies still made identification in the field relatively straight forward. A Soviet soldier would, for example be distinguishable from his German opponent by his general outline, even in the fog of battle. British, American, Japanese and French uniforms still retained some distinctive features, even as they became more and more utilitarian in the course of the War. The US Army discarded its World War I style field uniforms in 1941 in favour of a very plain and practical combat dress. This was worn in conjunction with a smart olive drab "Class A" dress uniform. (See United States Army Uniform in World War II). By contrast British soldiers, other than officers, had their 1938 battledress for all occasions. In Germany the Nazi regime retained uniforms with many traditional features from Imperial Germany such as field grey, jack boots, collar litzen (braiding) and breeches. Japan followed suit but jack boots were restricted to wear by officers, while soldiers wore puttees. In 1943, the Soviet Army began to re-adopt many Tsarist features, notably braided epaulettes or shoulder boards for officers. The Red Army's uniforms of the 1943-45 period were similar in style to that of the Tsarist period but with much more somber colors.
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