German Undershirt with button front and cuffs.
These field grey shirts were introduced in 1940 to replace the impractical collarless white ones that had previously been used. Later versions sometimes also included breast pockets and came in a variety of shades and materials.
The shirts are made from a soft cotton field-grey knit cloth for a luxurious and comfortable fit and feel, and are long in length in comparison to most shirts. Originals were generally worn unadorned by insignia, but shoulder boards and sleeve or breast eagles were very occasionally seen on those which were worn in hot climates without a tunic over the top.
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