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    Hello,

    Im new at the forum and im looking for pictures of Greek ww2 uniforms, if it is possible in colour.

    Greets

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    Welcome at the forum,
    Have you try'ed google?
    It will be your friend!

    Hint, try "ww2 greek uniforms"

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    Uniform of a Greek Lieutenant (Infantry)







    Uniform (M 1939) of a Greek Lieutenant (Navy - Submarines)





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    Uniform of a Greek ''Royal Gendarmerie'' (Countryside Police).









    Uniform (combat) of a NCO,''Royal Gendarmerie'' (Countryside Police)





    Uniform of a Greek Captain (Cavalry-Armored)





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    Uniform (combat) of a Greek Lieutenant belong to the special unit ''HOLY COMPANY'',fought at North Africa & Italy.









    Uniform (combat) of a Greek Corporal





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    Was that 'stache an issued item?

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    uniform (Winter) of a Greek student (Officers Military School)







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    Thanks this is really usefull!
    Do you maybe have a picture of a engineer ww2? im making a photocollection of Greek uniforms. (love them)

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    computerlamp10,

    One of the members here, Neuraldream, has a great blog on Greek military equipment.

    http://greek-war-equipment.blogspot.com/

    Also, check the Hellenic Armed Forces thread. It has some good WW2 pictures in it if I remember correctly.

    Lastly, there is this thread:

    http://www.militaryphotos.net/forums...-of-Height-731

    It also has some good shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by computerlamp10 View Post
    Thanks this is really usefull!
    Do you maybe have a picture of a engineer ww2? im making a photocollection of Greek uniforms. (love them)
    Personally i dont find the Greek uniforms interesting for their design,materials,emblems...

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    Hellenic Navy 1940

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    Rear Admiral in ceremonial white No3 uniform.



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    Sub-Lieutenant in parade white No7-A uniform


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    Naval Academy Cadet in parade blue No2 uniform.



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    'Services Branch Commissioned Officer' Gunner.
    Ensign of Coastal Naval Artillery in winter service khaki No9 uniform.


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    ADC Commander in presentation/service blue No8 uniform.


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    Lieutenant Commander in summer work khaki drill shirt and shorts.
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    Able Seaman in tropical white No10 uniform.
    Indian Ocean,1941 - 1942.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GEORGE222 View Post
    Personally i dont find the Greek uniforms interesting for their design,materials,emblems...
    I only like the Greek uniforms of WW2, but not from now, expect the regiment badges.
    and thanks for the other pictures!

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