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Regular Infanterie with Swedish Cuffs (IR126)


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I know that there were several Infantry Regiments that wore by regulation Swedish cuffs. 

 

... but this is not one of them. A group of soldiers belonging to 3. Kompagnie, Württemberg IR126 - dated; August 26, 1915

 

 

 

Sender, Landsturmmann Friedrich Schmid - 15. Armeekorps, 3. Division, IR126, 3. Komp, I. Bataillon

I also have a M10 NCO tunic with red piped Swedish cuffs to a Infanterie Regiment that according to regulation had Brandenburg cuffs.

 

What is the explanation for red piped Swedish cuffs in Infantry Regiments that wore Brandenburg cuffs?

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By statute, the Württemberg infantry went to all Swedish cuffs in order to simplify production. I have it in my notes somewhere.

My 1915 dated Waffenrock to the I.R.127 has Swedish cuffs.

Chip

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