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It ain't perfect and it's not what I was searching for but it's a Romanian WW2 officer's tunic. I added the Michael the Brave.

Like a total DA I passed on a perfect Major of Mt Troop with cap about 10 years ago because of a couple small month nips. What was I thinking.

Anyway, this is a fair example, as Romanian tunics so, for a WW2 tunic.

Charles

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You bet, I love Romanian militaria but it's not easy to find.

Indeed it's hard to find. I live in Romania and I have a hard time finding anything.

I have a few visors and some shoulderboards bu no tunics so far.

I will post some of them.

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absolutly outstanding!!

Thank you for shareing this tunic. It is always so interesting to me, that the Romanians get so little credit militarily in WWII. The books written in the West tend to ingnore them I have found. An outstanding piece of history

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