Post WW2 inspo of any variety
Will post some hair
imagine the sunburn they got
would've called for a medic and begged to be shipped home because of serious injuries
HY =/= undercut
hy is tapered, undercut is buzzed or shaved
bring the picture
What you want is a parted, asymmetrical cut with the bangs extending down to your nose. Bangs cut at an angle or curve to be able to slick it back, sides tapered up to the occipital bone.
This isn't even me you idiot. He's just got great pictures for haircuts like this.
But they are the same in this photo and a lot of others that I see.
That's a parade. They got specifically issued those uniforms. Unless it's Wachbattalion the colors are all over the place. Also you can even see different shades in your picture. The Officer wears a light garbadine tunic while the NCOs and Schuetzen wear fieldgrey felt wool mixtures.
adding to this
Until the end of the war these shades and others where mixed.
>Also you can even see different shades in your picture. The Officer wears a light garbadine tunic while the NCOs and Schuetzen wear fieldgrey felt wool mixtures.
Well of course the officer will have an uniform made out of different material. But the regular soldiers seem to have basically the same fieldgray uniform.
Btw do you know why the officer doesn't have the white piping on the collar but the NCOs do?
They wore different shades of the material together. Period photos in color of that are really rare but it does exist. There never was a unified shade. Same with the Afrikakorps. As a matter of fact in the picture that started this discussion he's wearing an M42 tunic and M36 trousers which were worn together depending on the issue and have very contrasting shades.
Also the NCOs don't have white piping either, they have Unteroffizierstresse which signifies that they are NCOs. White piping for infantry is only on the Paraderock, not on the field uniforms. It's also on the peaked cap. The Officer there has the white piping on the collartabs that you can't really see. It's a little piece of thread in the middle.
>they have Unteroffizierstresse
Yes thats what I refering to. I should not have called it a piping. So its only for NCOs and not for the officers?
>White piping for infantry is only on the Paraderock, not on the field uniforms
I disagree. How else would they distinguish the troops? The soldier in this photo clearly has white Waffenfarbe.
What you see there as white piping is scuffed fabric. (if you mean the white shit around his collar) The color to differentiate them as infantry are the two white lines on his collar tab and the piped epaulettes (forgot about those). Collar piping only on the Paraderock
here, this is the Uniform he's wearing. Collar tabs with white stripes and white piped epaulettes. Nothing else.
At the end of the war they started all wearing the same color Einheitskragenspiegel
>The color to differentiate them as infantry are the two white lines on his collar tab and the piped epaulettes
Yes thats what I meant. It is used on the filed uniform.
I'm not sure what you mean by collar piping? Isn't it the same thing.
Here. This is a paraderock with orange collar piping around the collar. The Waffen SS and Panzertruppe use it too on their field uniforms but wehrmacht only on the paraderock.
Oh I see. Thanks a lot for the explanation man.0
These guys were the O.G punks; fabric shortages in WW2 resulted in heavy rationing for civilian clothes. Chicanos decided fuck that and made their suits as full and heavy as possible; bonafide rebels
>tfw you have the haircut of the guy in the right