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The Erbsenmuster pea-dot pattern (also known as Dot 44, dot pattern or Peas 44) was a German camouflage pattern first issued in 1 March 1944. The pea-dot was a major departure from the earlier camouflage smocks. The two piece uniform was designed to be worn over the wool service uniform or by itself and was designated as both a combat and work uniform. The more common later version featured a jacket without the shoulder board loops and sleeve eagle. Made from herringbone twill.


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