You´re right: from a wide point of view it´s logical. But, You´ve mentioned a "suspicious museum" (Bastogne). There appears another curious item: a FJ jumpsmock (Dot44 pea pattern) SS jump smock supposed to belong to SS FJ unit. Some experts argue that SS FJ didn´t use such an uniform. It has been suggested that some of these smocks were issued to the members of the SS-FJ-Btl who accompanied Skorzeny and Panzerbrigade 150 in the Ardennes. There is no reason to believe that they wore anything other than their standard kit, with the Luftwaffe pattern smocks. Some of them doubtless wore US uniforms. But dot-pattern Waffen-SS para smocks? Many veterans tell it´s not possible.
Following with our thread, I´m posting two displays (quite good, in my opinion). The second one comes from Pegasus Bridge Museum. I find it very didactic, so to say. The first one was taken at Diekirch (Luxemborg). It´s, too, didactic and clear showing uniforms...
Regards and... more to come.
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