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BE1119

BEF Infantrymans Dunkirk 1940 Uniform Set

BEF Infantry Soldier at Dunkirk Evacuation


The BEF (British Expeditionary Force) was sent to France in September 1939.


The BEF did not commence hostilities until the invasion of France on the 10th May 1940. The BEF was eventual evacuated in Operation Dyamno  from several ports and beaches including Dunkirk.


This impression of a 1939 soldier is equipped with some unique items as they where replaced before the D-Day landings Mo1 Enfield bayonet with sword bayonet, A MK1 BEF helmet which was painted in a brown finish with a different liner, First model 1937 webbing set which had the shorter Mk1 Ammo pouches, BEF Entrenching tool,  Mk1 water bottle carrier with a Blue enamelled waterbottle , Enfield bayonet frog  BEF gaiters, MKV respirator bag,Gas Brassard and even the 1937 Battledress which was started to be replaced from 1942. 


Webbing belt sizes:



  • Normal up to 34" waist

  • Long 34" to 44" waist

  • X-Long 44" to 54" waist


The uniform consists of all the items listed below under the "Pack Contains" heading, here you are able to select any sizes if applicable. The image is indicative of the pack but please refer to the Pack Contains for the items included.

Availability: In stock


£480.00

Pack Contains

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BE1019 BEF Helmet with MK1 Liner*

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BE603 1937 BD Battle Dress Wool Jacket*

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BE1111 BEF Brown Gas Brassard*

British BEF Brown Gas Brassard
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BE497 1937 Webbing Belt*

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BE749 1937 Webbing Shoulder Cross Straps*

1937 Webbing Shoulder Cross Straps by Kay Canvas Long
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BE685 1937 Webbing L Straps*

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BE750 1937 Webbing Small Pack*

1937 Webbing Small Pack by Kay Canvas
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BE499 1937 MKI Ammo Pouches*

1937 MKI Ammo Pouches by kay Canvas
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BE1006 1937 Mk1 Canvas Water Carrier*

1937 Mk1 Canvas Water Carrier
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BE772 1937 BEF Entrenching tool carrier*

1937 BEF entrenching tool carrier.
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BE948 British MKVI blue Water bottle*

British MKVI blue Water bottle with felt cover
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BE012 1937 303 Lee Enfield Bayonet Frog*

1937 Lee Enfield 1907 Bayonet Frog Tan by Kay Canvas
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BE1021 MKV BEF Gas Mask Bag*

MKV BEF Gas Mask Bag
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BE602 1937 BD Battle Dress wool Trousers*

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BE1005 1937 BEF Canvas Gaiters*

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BEF Infantry Soldier at Dunkirk Evacuation

The BEF (British Expeditionary Force) was sent to France in September 1939.

The BEF did not commence hostilities until the invasion of France on the 10th May 1940. The BEF was eventual evacuated in Operation Dyamno  from several ports and beaches including Dunkirk.

This impression of a 1939 soldier is equipped with some unique items as they where replaced before the D-Day landings Mo1 Enfield bayonet with sword bayonet, A MK1 BEF helmet which was painted in a brown finish with a different liner, First model 1937 webbing set which had the shorter Mk1 Ammo pouches, BEF Entrenching tool,  Mk1 water bottle carrier with a Blue enamelled waterbottle , Enfield bayonet frog  BEF gaiters, MKV respirator bag,Gas Brassard and even the 1937 Battledress which was started to be replaced from 1942. 

Webbing belt sizes:

  • Normal up to 34" waist
  • Long 34" to 44" waist
  • X-Long 44" to 54" waist

The uniform consists of all the items listed below under the "Pack Contains" heading, here you are able to select any sizes if applicable. The image is indicative of the pack but please refer to the Pack Contains for the items included.

BEF Infantry Soldier at Dunkirk Evacuation The BEF (British Expeditionary Force) was sent to France in September 1939. The BEF did not commence hostilities until the invasion of France on the 10th May 1940. The BEF was eventual evacuated in Operation Dyamno from several ports and beaches including Dunkirk. This impression of a 1939 soldier is equipped with some unique items as they where replaced before the D-Day landings Mo1 Enfield bayonet with sword bayonet, A MK1 BEF helmet which was painted in a brown finish with a different liner, First model 1937 webbing set which had the shorter Mk1 Ammo pouches, BEF Entrenching tool, Mk1 water bottle carrier with a Blue enamelled waterbottle , Enfield bayonet frog BEF gaiters, MKV respirator bag,Gas Brassard and even the 1937 Battledress which was started to be replaced from 1942.

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