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WWII WW2 SOVIET RUSSIAN RED ARMY EM NCO BREECHES - WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WWII WW2 SOVIET RUSSIAN RED ARMY EM NCO BREECHES -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

54.00 / $77.76

The Russian adopted the same type of Sharovari Breeches for the EM and NCO from the 1914 to 1969, regardless to the changing political environment. The basic cutting of the Sharovari / Breeches had no dramatic changes throughout the service term except some minor betterment.

The Czar Russian Sharovari / Breeches was more primitive in design when compared with those 1920s, 1930s and 1940s models. As the Soviet garment industry grew steadily, improvement and modification were made on the Sharovari / breeches. It was these later models that widely issued with the M35 / M40 and M43 EM / NCO Summer Cotton Gimnasterka Tunic throughout the Great Patriotic War and various pre-1941 military operations.

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WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M35 M40 Uniform Tunic - WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M35 M40 Uniform Tunic -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

69.00 / $99.36

M35/40 Gimnasterka is the typical uniform issued to memebers of the Soviet Red Army during the early period of the “Great Patriotic War”. This pattern of Gimnasterka uniform has turn downed collar, patch pockets which was introduced to Red Army in 1924, and was modified and standardized in 1935 when the Soviet Government established personal military ranks. There was no major modification throughout its service period until it was replaced by the M43 uniforms in early 1943.

M35/40 Gimnasterka has two versions: the EM/NCO version and the Officer /Commissar version. The main difference between these two versions is that the Officer/Commissar version has color edgings according to the branch of service (Crops) and it does not have reinforced elbow patch. Apart from that, there are also some minor difference on cutting of the pocket and the collar.

By the outbreak of the “Great Patriotic War”, according to the USSR PCD Order No. 253 of Aug.1, 1941, the Subdued Color Collar Tab and Buttons were used by all Red Army troops of all ranks in the battle and marching. Color Edging and Chevron/Sleeve Star of Officer/Commissar were also forbidden to wear under the above circumstances too.


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WW2 SOVIET RUSSIAN M35 INFANTRY OFFICER BLUE BREECHES - WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 SOVIET RUSSIAN M35 INFANTRY OFFICER BLUE BREECHES -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

54.00 / $77.76

Navy blue wool gabardine officers breeches

In 1935, there was an important reform in the structure of the Red Army. Officer Ranking System was introduced. According to the 1935 Uniform Regulation, Army and Air Force Officers had to wear a pair Navy Blue Breeches (with Colored Piping according to the Branch of Service) as part of their Service and Field Uniform (worn with the Officer Belt Kit). In fact, the Navy Blue Officer Breeches were worn in all outdoor events, including training, marching and combat operation.






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Soviet Infantry shoulder boards - WW2 Soviet Red army insignia

Soviet Infantry shoulder boards - WW2 Soviet Red army insignia

12.00 / $17.28


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WW2 WWII Soviet Shovel Cover - WWii Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Shovel Cover -  WWii Soviet Uniforms

15.00 / $21.60





Since many soldiers brought the Backpack home and continued to use it after the Great Patriotic War until they became un-serviceable, nowadays it is very difficult to find an original 1930s / 1940s made “Veshmeshok” Backpack. Many re-enactors and filmmakers have to use more modern 1960s models as substitutes.



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WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M43 EM Tunic - WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M43 EM Tunic -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

69.00 / $99.36

M43 Gimnasterka is the typical uniform issued to members of the Soviet Red Army during the later period of the “Great Patriotic War”. In January 1943, Josef Stalin issued an order to revive the traditional “Russian Military Spirit” by re-adopting the Czarist Russian Style Insignia System and the Military Clothing Style.



M43 Gimnasterka was similar to the WWI Czarist Russia Gimnasterka in appearance. It has Standing Collar (closed by 2 buttons) and Shoulder Board pair, as a great deviation from the design of the M35 Gimnasterka.


belt, hat not included



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WWII British Army Trade Badges - Driver

WWII British Army Trade Badges - Driver

8.75 / $12.60

WWII British Army Trade Badges
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US NCO Rank stripes - Sergeant - 1 pair

US NCO Rank stripes - Sergeant  - 1 pair

8.75 / $12.60

US NCO Rank stripes
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Soviet WW2 tunics - Red Army M35, M40 Gimnasterka - WWII - WW2 Soviet Uniforms

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WW2 SOVIET WINTER UNIFORM - TELOGRIEKA

WW2 SOVIET WINTER UNIFORM - TELOGRIEKA


Price: 249.00 / $358.56

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WW2 SOVIET WINTER UNIFORM PACKAGE - JACKET, TROUSERS, BOOTS, HAT

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WORLD WAR 2 RUSSIAN WINTER TROUSERS

WORLD WAR 2 RUSSIAN WINTER TROUSERS

WWII RUSSIAN WINTER UNIFORM

WWII RUSSIAN WINTER UNIFORM

WW2 SOVIET COMBAT UNIFORM - M35/43 TUNIC, TROUSERS, BOOTS

WW2 SOVIET COMBAT UNIFORM - M35/43 TUNIC, TROUSERS, BOOTS


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WW2 SOVIET UNIFORM PACKAGE - TUNIC M35/43, BREECHES, BOOTS, BELT, BANDOLIER, HAT

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RUSSIAN WWII UNIFORM

RUSSIAN WWII UNIFORM

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M35 Officer Tunic -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M35 Officer Tunic - WW2 Soviet Uniforms


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M35 Officer Wool Gimnasterka is the typical uniform issued to Officers / Commissars of the Soviet Red Army from 1935 to 1943. This pattern of Officer / Commissar Uniform has Turn Downed Collar with 2 hooks for closure, Buttoned Patch Pockets and the Collar / Cuff Edgings which was introduced to Red Army in 1935, for the first time the Red Army adopted Personal Ranking System. There was no major change to the Officer Uniform when the personal ranking system was modified in 1940. This Uniform was used in the various pre-WW2 military operations and in the early stage of the “Great Patriotic War”. It was subsequently replaced by the M43 Uniform in 1943.

The M35 Officer Tunic was worn with a pair of Navy Blue Officer Breeches (with Piping / Edging) or a pair of Khaki Officer Breeches (with or without Piping / Edging). According to the Red Army Uniform Regulation, the Officer Tunic had to be used with M32 or M35 Officer Leather Belt Kit and should not be worn with Straight Leg Trousers. Combat Field Gear was allowed to use with this Officer Gimnasterka.

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Unlike the EM / NCO Uniform, the M35 Officer / Commissar Uniform do NOT have the Reinforced Elbow Patch. Moreover, the Chest Patch Pocket of the Officer Uniform is the “float” version while the EM / NCO version has only fixed chest patch pockets.

The M35 Wool Tunic has Crimson Piping / Edging around the collar and the cuff. It represented the Infantry Branch and this color piping was also adopted by the Logistic / Supply Officer and Military Judiciary Officer of the Red Army. In addition, the NKVD Infantry Officer (for example: the Border Guard Troops and Interior Troops) also used Crimson Piping / Edging but with different color collar tabs. The M35 Officer Wool Tunic can be worn with M35 and M40 Officer / Commissar Rank Insignia.



The M35 Officer Uniform was either made of Wool and Cotton Fabric. Many collectors believed that the cotton uniform was the summer version while the wool uniform was the winter version. In reality, the Red Army Uniform Regulation has no rigid regulation on the use of the cotton and the wool uniform. Theoretically, the cotton M35 Uniform was used in summer while the wool version was supposed to be worn in spring and autumn. In reality, the majority of the officers used the cotton uniform as the battle uniform (for easy care and more sturdy) while the wool gimnasterka was used as the “Outdoor / Marching Uniform


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WW2 Soviet M35 officers tunic cuff

WW2 Soviet M35 officers tunic cuff

Soviet WW2 M35 Officers tunic sleeve buttons

Soviet WW2 M35 Officers tunic sleeve buttons

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M43 NCO Tunic -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M43 NCO Tunic - WW2 Soviet Uniforms


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M35 Officer Wool Gimnasterka is the typical uniform issued to Officers / Commissars of the Soviet Red Army from 1935 to 1943. This pattern of Officer / Commissar Uniform has Turn Downed Collar with 2 hooks for closure, Buttoned Patch Pockets and the Collar / Cuff Edgings which was introduced to Red Army in 1935, for the first time the Red Army adopted Personal Ranking System. There was no major change to the Officer Uniform when the personal ranking system was modified in 1940. This Uniform was used in the various pre-WW2 military operations and in the early stage of the “Great Patriotic War”. It was subsequently replaced by the M43 Uniform in 1943.

Trousers. Combat Field Gear was allowed to use with this Officer Gimnasterka.

Belt hat and boards not included






Unlike the EM / NCO Uniform, the M35 Officer / Commissar Uniform do NOT have the Reinforced Elbow Patch. Moreover, the Chest Patch Pocket of the Officer Uniform is the “float” version while the EM / NCO version has only fixed chest patch pockets.

The M35 Wool Tunic has Crimson Piping / Edging around the collar and the cuff. It represented the Infantry Branch and this color piping was also adopted by the Logistic / Supply Officer and Military Judiciary Officer of the Red Army. In addition, the NKVD Infantry Officer (for example: the Border Guard Troops and Interior Troops) also used Crimson Piping / Edging but with different color collar tabs. The M35 Officer Wool Tunic can be worn with M35 and M40 Officer / Commissar Rank Insignia.



The M35 Officer Uniform was either made of Wool and Cotton Fabric. Many collectors believed that the cotton uniform was the summer version while the wool uniform was the winter version. In reality, the Red Army Uniform Regulation has no rigid regulation on the use of the cotton and the wool uniform. Theoretically, the cotton M35 Uniform was used in summer while the wool version was supposed to be worn in spring and autumn. In reality, the majority of the officers used the cotton uniform as the battle uniform (for easy care and more sturdy) while the wool gimnasterka was used as the “Outdoor / Marching Uniform


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WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M43 EM Tunic -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M43 EM Tunic - WW2 Soviet Uniforms


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M43 Gimnasterka is the typical uniform issued to members of the Soviet Red Army during the later period of the “Great Patriotic War”. In January 1943, Josef Stalin issued an order to revive the traditional “Russian Military Spirit” by re-adopting the Czarist Russian Style Insignia System and the Military Clothing Style.



M43 Gimnasterka was similar to the WWI Czarist Russia Gimnasterka in appearance. It has Standing Collar (closed by 2 buttons) and Shoulder Board pair, as a great deviation from the design of the M35 Gimnasterka.


belt, hat not included



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Soviet M43 Red Army Tunic - back

Soviet M43 Red Army Tunic - back

Soviet Red Army WW2 tunic buttons

Soviet Red Army WW2 tunic buttons

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M35 M40 Uniform Tunic -  WW2 Soviet Uniforms

WW2 WWII Soviet Russian Red Army M35 M40 Uniform Tunic - WW2 Soviet Uniforms


Price: 69.00 / $99.36

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M35/40 Gimnasterka is the typical uniform issued to memebers of the Soviet Red Army during the early period of the “Great Patriotic War”. This pattern of Gimnasterka uniform has turn downed collar, patch pockets which was introduced to Red Army in 1924, and was modified and standardized in 1935 when the Soviet Government established personal military ranks. There was no major modification throughout its service period until it was replaced by the M43 uniforms in early 1943.

M35/40 Gimnasterka has two versions: the EM/NCO version and the Officer /Commissar version. The main difference between these two versions is that the Officer/Commissar version has color edgings according to the branch of service (Crops) and it does not have reinforced elbow patch. Apart from that, there are also some minor difference on cutting of the pocket and the collar.

By the outbreak of the “Great Patriotic War”, according to the USSR PCD Order No. 253 of Aug.1, 1941, the Subdued Color Collar Tab and Buttons were used by all Red Army troops of all ranks in the battle and marching. Color Edging and Chevron/Sleeve Star of Officer/Commissar were also forbidden to wear under the above circumstances too.


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Soviet M35 tunic - back

Soviet M35 tunic - back

WW2 Soviet Winter jacket - padded Telogreika

WW2 Soviet Winter jacket - padded Telogreika


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WW2 Soviet Winter jacket - padded Telogreika

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