WW1 German Seebataillon M1907 Enlisted Man Cap
This is the German WW1 equivalent of the British Royal Marine Commandos or the US Marine Corps.
The first Seebataillon was organized on 13 May 1852 as the Royal Prussian Marinier-Korps. The naval infantry brigade under Generalmajor von Wiechmann grew into the Marine Division; an additional Marine Division was formed in November 1914. These two divisions formed Marine-Korps-Flandern (Naval Corps Flanders) under Admiral Ludwig von Schröder (known in Germany as the "Lion of Flanders").
In early February 1917 a third Marine Division was organized thus giving the naval infantry corps a strength of 70,000 men. Marine units fought in 1914 at Tsingtao and Antwerp, in 1915 at Ypres, in 1916 on the Somme, in 1917 in Flanders and during the 1918 offensive battles in northern France.
This is a reproduction Imperial German Seebataillon Model 1907 Enlisted Mans Cap (Feldmützen or Krätzchenare), and is brand new and made in Germany.
They are exact high quality reproductions of a German Seebataillon WWI Enlisted cap, not cheap far eastern made versions. They are exactly like the originals and are made with the correct materials and fittings.
These come in authentic green wool with white cap band and piping and and Reich's cockade. This is a folding soft or "peakless crusher" cap introduced around 1907.
Most WWI Enlisted caps of the Imperial German Regiments are available from us but some have to be made up to your specification. If you don't see one you require, please email us.
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