The original officer's tunic, sewn from high-quality American woolen fabric supplied to the USSR under lend-lease, is in satisfactory condition. The collar is standing, soft, fastened with through loops in front with two uniform buttons of small size (one of them is missing). The upper strap is located in the middle and is fastened with three uniform buttons of small size through loops. The tunic has slotted (internal) pockets covered with flaps. Size 50-52, height 180-190. The tunic has the original field shoulder straps of a junior lieutenant of artillery, tank or automobile troops. The belt is not included. Despite the numerous moth damage, not bad in the ratio "price /quality" option for the design of a museum showcase or a home collection. Guarantee of authenticity. It was introduced by order of the People's Commissar of Defense of the USSR No. 25 of January 15, 1943. On August 5, 1944, breast welt pockets were introduced on the tunics of women enlisted and non-commissioned officers.
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