M36 Shoulderboards – NCO – Heer Infanterie regiment 376


A near perfect set of M36 shoulder boards for a Unteroffizier in Infanterie regiment 376. This Regiment saw a lot of action in the invasion of the Netherlands and Belgium with battles in Nijmegen, Roosendaal and Antwerp. A nice original pair is in good condition and would nicely complete a M36 NCO tunic or a collection around the 1940 battles in the Netherlands and Belgium!

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The German army uniform where standard per army and most had removable shoulder boards. These shoulder boards or Schulterklappen where sewn from wool with a coloured piping on the side to designate the specific branch the soldier was serving in. At first shoulder boards where still manufactured with wool piping but around 1941 they switched to rayon piping. Further in the war these shoulder boards became more simplified and less well made. A lot of different shoulder boards where worn in the German army between 1933 and 1945 and they came with different sizes, colours, piping and ranks.

Model: M36
Piping: White for Infantry or Infanterie
Branch: Infantry or Infanterie
Unit: Infanterieregiment 376
Rank:  Unteroffizier – A NCO, which stands for non commissioned officer
Wool: Bottle green on top, gray underneath.
Timeframe: 1936-1940
Notes: These shoulder boards are private purchase tailor-made from finer materials then the issued boards.