General Information:

Concerning the uniforms we set a high value on originality and authenticity. The design we have chosen for a particular period are the result of intensive research and investigations, including photographs, literature and internet.
Since research will never be complete we always greatly appreciate established, referenced information which allow us to optimize our clothing.

1945 – 1946 (Jeep)

We wear original uniforms and equipment which were used during autumn 1945 and spring 1946. The French troops were equipped rather differently during that period. They wore US-American or British uniforms more frequently than their own uniform designs, like our Frenchman. Their equipment and armaments also included German booty items.

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1946 – Beginning of the 1950's (Dodge WC 56/57 Command Car)

Changes affected mainly the headgear. While the British were wearing a "Service Dress"cap, the Soviets and the French participants were wearing a US-M1 inner helmet.
The helmets were supplied with national symbols. The uniforms of the French participants became more consistent. Instead of wearing the national MP armband, all four were wearing an emblem with an IP – logo on their arms (The British soldiers on the right, the others on the left arm).

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 – 1955 (Chevrolet 51 Sedan)

The French gendarmes were wearing the "Indochina"-uniform designs and their "Kepi".
In 1949 the Soviet troops changed their uniforms and wore caps again. The US-American - Patrol members also wore a cap, too.