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M43 field cap
also called "Einheitsmütze" was a cap used by the German Wehrmacht and SS

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  1. during World War II

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 18, 2009
  2. The design of the fieldcap was based on the German Gebirgsjäger's ski cap, the only differences being the bill was slightly extended and the top panel of the hat had a smaller circumference, giving it slightly sloped in sides

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  3. Mountain units (Gebirgsjäger) of the Bundeswehr still wear M43-style field caps, and are still referred to as "Bergmütze"

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  4. There are several variants of the M 43 field cap, starting with the Gebirgsjäger's ski cap

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  5. The sides of the bergmutze stand almost straight up, due to the wide top sewn onto the cap

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