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The Uniforms of the Imperial Japan's Infantry, Tank Units, Army Paratroopers, Special Naval Landing Forces, Navy, Naval Air Service and Army Air Force


The Japanese Uniforms 1941-1942



   

The Dutch Uniforms 1941-1942

The Uniforms of the Royal Dutch East Indies Army, Navy and KNIL Army Air Force


The Dutch Uniforms 1941-1942



       

   The British Uniforms 1941-1942   

The Uniforms of the Royal Air Force (RAF), Royal Navy, Royal Marines and Royal Army


The British Uniforms 1941-1942



       

   The Australian Uniforms 1941-1942   

The Uniforms of the Imperial Australian Army 1939-1945


The Australian Uniforms 1941-1942



       

   The American Uniforms 1941-1942   

The Uniforms of the US Navy, Army Air Force and Army


The United States Uniforms 1941-1942





Dutch East Indies Army Uniforms 1912-1942

written by Felix A. Sint

To have a good understanding of what was worn by the Dutch East Indies military forces in the 1942 campaigns, we have to look back to the year of 1912, because in that year the army basic field and garrison uniform was introduced and which was worn all along until 1942....

  Dutch East Indies Army Uniforms 1912-1942



Dutch East Indies Army Air Force Uniforms 1912-1942

written by Felix A. Sint

In 1914 the Dutch government wanted to experiment in the Dutch Indies with some kind of air force units. So in that year the test unit off the air force came in to existence. All the personnel of this small unit retained the uniforms off the troops they originated from, so we see in that period a very fast arrangement off uniforms in all styles and colors. And because there were even some Dutch officers assigned to this test unit we see also plain Dutch army uniforms to be worn in the Dutch Indies....

  Dutch East Indies Army Air Force Uniforms 1912-1942



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Copyright Klemen. L. 1999-2000
Forgotten Campaign: The Dutch East Indies Campaign 1941-1942

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