Details
IMAGE number
PNP693313
Title
German oak leaf pattern - Eichenlaubmuster - in green spring colouration (textile)
Artist
German School, (20th century) / German
Location
Private Collection
Medium
textile
Description
The very first camouflage uniforms produced with printed textiles were devised in Germany in the 1930s. They were devised within the Waffen-SS, the paramilitary arm of the Nazi party, by SS-Sturmbannfuhrer Wim Brandt, a doctor of engineering and commander of a reconnaissance section, and Professor Otto Schick.
Photo credit
Peter Newark Pictures / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
green / uniform / fabric / military / pattern / camouflaged / camouflage / patterned / oak leaf / textiles / german / eichenlaubmuster
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