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Identification unknown map pouch

Discussion in 'Uniforms, Personal Gear (Kit) and Accessories' started by ardennes, Nov 23, 2015.

  1. ardennes

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    Hello collectors,
    I got this quite large map pouch togheter with ww2 and post war equipment. It is British marked and has stamps of the years 45 an 57. I can't find any informations. It would be awesome to learn something about this pouch. Greets from the ardennes, Max
     
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    Sorry but how can I upload some pictures with my smartphone?
     
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    ardennes New Member

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    This is the front side
     
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    The informations inside.
     

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    Fred Wilson "The" Rogue of Rogues

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    Android:
    Use Full Editor ==> More Reply Options
    - "Attach File" is found below the text box.

    Browse ==> Documents ==> Images

    Testing it now... Coldsream BC Cemetery Memorial Wall.

    Nope: "You can add up to 500 Kb of files" (Max single file size 500 Kb.)

    - My phone is set to take multi MB image sizes.

    PS:
    The Edit Button is dimmed but it works.
     
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    Fred Wilson "The" Rogue of Rogues

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    It looks more like a First Aid / Medic Pouch.

    More information is needed. An image including the flap would help a lot.
    - Map Flaps are typically very large, many versions have two clasps, helping to keep the contents dry.

    Measurements? Is the inside of the pouch waterproofed?

    Which Armed Forces Branch? British? Canadian, US etc?

    European Theatre of War?
     

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