British Webbing for Yugoslavia?

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British Webbing for Yugoslavia?

Post by Blorange » 03 Jan 2021 11:58

Britain supplied uniforms to the Yugoslav Partisans - along with other equipment -, but did they also send webbing? Its something which so far I haven't come across in photographs. Though one would imagine that if they were providing arms, those would also come with things like magazine pouches. Or was it just that they sent over attachments - and assumed that the webbing itself could be acquired locally?

Just something I was wondering. As most of the photographs I've seen shows webbing which is a belt with a single point, or a pair crossed at the front - rather than the double straight straps at the front like on P-37 webbing.

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