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Re: Flammenwerfer operator...special clothing?

September 11 2004 at 2:05 AM
Jakko Westerbeke  (no login)
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Response to Flammenwerfer operator...special clothing?

The only photographs I can remember of German flamethrower crews showed, IIRC, standard uniforms. However, if you simply want a flamethrower crew wearing an unusual uniform and don't care which nation they are from, you could go for French soldiers: on display in the Army Museum in Brussels is a French full-body suit for flamethrower operators, made from 100% asbestos

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