WWII German Oak Torso
"Eichenlaubmuster (Also known as Oak Leaf Pattern or Dapple camouflage) was a type of camouflage used by SS units during autumn/winter engagements of the war. This was one of the most popular patterns for mid-late war. There were two variants, Oak A (pictured) which started in 1941, and Oak B which started in 1943. Both were nearly identical, but Oak B featured thin dark borders around the highlighting spots. Garments and caps were almost always reversible, with spring/summer on the reverse side. Many camouflage uniforms, over-trousers, parkas, caps, helmets etc would feature this print so you could use these torsos for a broad range of troops from mid-late war for your infantry or panzer SS divisions."
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