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Model 1936 Officer's Service Tunic (Dienstang fur Offizierre): field gray wool and rayon blend; fold down collar of dark blue-green material with officer's silver bars embroidered patches; deep turn-back cuffs; silver corded shoulder loops with one silver lozenge or pip (1st Lieutenant or Oberleutnant) and "HV" in center (Administration Clerical Service); grey painted steel buttons; four pox-pleated patch pockets with three-pointed flaps on front with buttons; National Emblem patch on dark blue-green material sewn over right breast pocket; three campaign ribbons above left breast pocket; a black lozenge patch with a bronze disk with lion's head is sewn above the left cuff (unidentified).
Coat -WORLD WAR II -Copyright Oshkosh Public Museum
1st Lieutenant lozenge.

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