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  1. #21

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    Lauri,
    yours is very similar to the regulations.
    The one on Ebay is different to yours.
    Not on the outside, but on the inside.
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. #22

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    Hello Christian,
    You're quite right. Not much information on this other model of backpack
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  4. #24

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    Henrik, these do look like the normal Tornisters to me.
    The four leather loups are in the upper center of the normal Tornister.
    The boy on the right has the Kochgeschirr properly attached to these loups.
    With the Marschgepäck the leather loups are moved to the right side
    so that the Feldflasche can be added to the "D-Ring" and the lower leather loop on the left side.
    Both pictured Marschgepäcks have this special look on the outside.

  5. #25

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    Almost un-used. 3 hole buttons, paper label with RM (Reichsmark) price tag.
    Probably later period rivetted version?

    Regards,
    Chris
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  6. #26

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    Hi Chris,
    I think you are right. Since the leather parts are rivetted (genietet) I would also say this is a later version.
    In my opinion already during the war. But I would say not in the last years of the war.
    During the last years of the war all materials got very rare
    and I doubt they would have spend material on making these after 1942.

    Is the item in the picture yours?

  7. #27

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    Yes, this is my Marschgepäck. It arrived today and I am very happy about it :)
    It will soon be placed on my Jungvolk mannequin !

  8. #28

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    Hello Chris,
    I had not seen your bag, it is nice !
    This is the first picture I see with the marschgepäck (with no removable straps) :
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  9. #29

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    interesting picture.

    It is so funny. I had not heard about this Marschgepäck for years, and now only a few weeks after the first one, I receive another one.
    Rivetted again, but this time with brown leather and with leather re-inforcements on the belt loops !
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    Photo taken from ebay while the auction was still ongoing showing Hitlerjugend wearing there marschgepacks.
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