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WWII M41 FIELD JACKET POW

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When a soldier is taken into the custody of the enemy, he’s issued an identifiable uniform indicating his prisoner status. Many times during WWII this meant grabbing whatever jacket was available, spray-painting it with a stencil, and throwing it on the captive. A great piece of WWII history.

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