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  • Glass framed very rare German Wehrmacht peak cap badges,uniform remains nice solid relics recovered from the airfield at Voroponovo which was in the 6th Army pocket during the Battle of Stalingrad from 1942-1943 in Russia.

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    This is a nice and very rare glass framed group battlefield relics which are Wehrmacht peak cap badges which is the eagle with the roundel and cockades also green uniform jacket remains and a leather strap from webbing equipment. The badges are pretty much complete the eagle has its swastika but the cockade is snapped the section of jacket and leather are both in relic condition but very solid condition the badges have discolored from being buried but have been nicely cleaned and are a lovely battlefield find perfect for display or any collection.They have been mounted in to a glass fronted box frame with information and lots of pictures the frame is 12 inches by 12 inches in size and they were recovered from the airfield at Voroponovo which was in the 6th Army pocket during the Battle of Stalingrad from 1942-1943 in Russia.

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    Why did WW2 German infantry officers wear what appears to be their dress  service caps in combat instead of helmets like those under them? - Quora