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  • Project 1944
    till Losheimergraben in the south Some weeks later this would be the northern sector of the German Ardennenoffensive The 1 Radfahrzug Stabskompanie from GR 989 277 Volksgrenadier Division is settled in a farm near the Regiment Gefechtsstand eastwards from Rohren The plans of the coming offensive in the Ardennes have not left the high command yet At the field nobody knows what will come Movements by day are limited to

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  • Project 1944
    nationalities were assigned to a certain German unit The uniform of HiWi didn t have any insignia except for a brassard with a printed text Deutsche Wehrmacht or Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht were the most common ones Their clothing and equipment was a mix of reused old items and new production gear It was issued in depots at army or corps level The canvas sweat blanket existing in different

    Original URL path: http://www.project1944.be/Pferde/Page2/Pferde2.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Project 1944
    attached on the outside around the pack It could also be hung safely on the outside of the limbers without the risk of loosing the contents The Bekleidungstasche clothing bag contained more spare clothing and personal possessions Support troops like the artillery were given only one ammunition pouch worn on the left side and were issued with the light weight Y straps the Koppeltragestell While enjoying a cup of coffee

    Original URL path: http://www.project1944.be/Pferde/Page3/Pferde3.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Project 1944
    of horses used by the German Forces during world war 2 Peace time army 180 000 horses and mules Horse supplements during mobilisation 393 000 Assigned from remount stations 15 000 Additional levies during the war 267 000 Total from Germany 855 000 Captured horses coming from the Dutch Belgian and French army 80 000 Polish army 30 000 Sovjet army 310 000 Yugoslavian army 10 000 Italian army 5

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  • Project 1944
    must be tightly folded and buttoned together or tightly pulled together with a rope through the eyelets of the Zeltbahn The bundle finally measured some 1 8 x 0 6 x 0 4 metres The water resistance and floating ability of the pack can be improved by using two extra Zeltbahnen tightened around the bundle Two Zeltbahnen are buttoned together and the soldiers are searching in the nearby fields and

    Original URL path: http://www.project1944.be/Zeltpack/Page2/Zeltpack2.html (2016-05-02)
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  • Project 1944
    Sportinstructor on the left picture The bundles with the equipment on the inside are brought over first When a soldier chooses to put his equipment and clothes on the inside of the Zeltpack he needs to cross the water very quickly The Zeltbahn is not waterproof and the straw on the inside starts to absord water If the soldier doesn t hurry up his cloths will be wet and his

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  • Project 1944
    water for a long time the interior gets completely soaked but you can still use it as a float Even when wet the straw and hay keep their buoyancy A raft can be made by tying some Zeltpacks together and attaching some branches or shelfs on top This method is more secure to transport a large amount of materials like the clothes of some soldiers or their weapons Don t

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