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British Army No3 Commando Normandy 1944

No.3 Army Commando Soldier Normandy 1944


The No3 Army Commando landed on Gold beach with actions fought at many of the critical battles on D-Day The bridge crossing of the river Orne and the capture of the Merville Battery to the flank of the landing beaches.


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£570.88

Pack Contains

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KC007 WW2 Commando Beret*

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BE759 1940 Battle Dress Jacket*

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BE701 Combined Ops Patches*

Army Commando Combined Ops Patches
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KC051 No3 Commando Titles*

No 3 Commando Shoulder Titles
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BE1459 1942 Commando Bergen*

WW2 1942 Pattern British Commando Bergen by GSE
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WD100 1937 Battle Order Web Set Green*

1937 Webbing Battle Order Green Set By GSE
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BE1371 Lightweight Gas Mask*

MKII Lightweight Gas Mask with MK2 Filter and Bag
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WD268 1937 Entrenching Tool Carrier Green*

1937 Webbing Entrenching Tool Carrier Green by GSE
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BE471 Entrenching Tool handle*

British MK1 Entrenching Tool Handle
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BE1265 Entrenching Tool Head*

KAY MFG Entrenching Tool Head
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BE157 Toggle Rope*

Toggle Rope Natural colour
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BE760 1940 Battle Dress Trousers*

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BE765 British 37 Canvas Gaiters*

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BE1027 DMS Boots*

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No.3 Army Commando Soldier Normandy 1944


No3 Commando were formed in July 1940 from Volunteers for Commando Service, No3 Commando took part in the raids on the Lofotens Islands, Vasgo and Dieppe.In 1943 No.3 Commando fought in Sicily and Italy before returning to Britain for the landings in Normandy, the Rhine Crossing and the pursuit to the Elbe.


The No3 Army Commando landed on Gold beach with actions fought at many of the critical battles on D-Day The bridge crossing of the river Orne and the capture of the Merville Battery to the flank of the landing beaches.


The Commando would have been issued standard 1937 webbing now Blancoed No3 Green and  wool Battledress he would also be equipped with specialist and easily recognisable equipment First of all was the Commando Bergen on his back full of his kit needed to operate behind enemy lines, the Toggle rope wrapped around his body to be used once connected together with others to form a climbing rope. The Famous Commando dagger is fixed to his left leg just in case its needed quickly, rubber soled boots make it easier and quieter for climbing Cliffs .The Lightweight Gas masks were newly issued before D-Day which were carried by every soldier and would be either wearing a commando woollen cap or the Commando Green Beret together with his combined Operations patches and No3 Commando shoulder titles on his BD jacket.

Specification

Service Army