Uniforme soviétique M35 version automne – Review d’uniforme

Uniforme soviétique M35 version automne – Review d’uniforme


Hello everyone and welcome to this new uniform video review. Today I propose to discover a variant of a standard that I have presented, the autumn version of the M35 outfit. This is a configuration among of many, I will introduce more in the future. So I invite you to see the first video I made here. You can return to this present video from the first, don’t worry. Above all, this video is only a base that will help you build up that uniform. It’s just an invitation for you to search information for yourself in books, magazines or the Internet. If you ever find things to say about this video, then you already know more than me, I don’t pretend to know everything. I’m not specialized in one uniform in particular, so it’s normal I continue to learn! I will present what I wear with me to save you from a two hours video. You will find the required kit list in the description, with time for a direct access in the video. HISTORY The first big battle during autumn (and winter) after Operation Barbarossa, launched June 22, 1941 by Germany, Romania, Hungary and Slovakia, was the battle of Moscow. Throughout the Blitzkrieg, the Soviets have been pushed around, suddenly losing all battles after another. The first big defeat was the loss of Smolensk, considered to be the “key” to Moscow. The Soviet resistance, however, delays the German for two months, the battle ending September 10, 1941. On September 19, Kyiv is lost and the battle of Moscow will be able to start, and this before the winter, as wanted by Hitler. The Operation Typhoon is launched October 2, 1941. One million German soldiers, 1,700 tanks, 14,000 guns and 549 aircraft will participate in the battle against 1,250,000 Soviet, 1000 tanks, 7,600 guns and 545 aircraft (at first, then in 1,376). When the offensive started, the German won many victories, then encircle many positions with an expectation that the Soviet will surrender, but it wasn’t the case, forcing them to reduce each pocket one by one, saving valuable time on the Soviet calendar And October 7, the first snow fall and melt, turning roads into rivers of mud. This phenomenon is called “raspoutitsa” and slows down the German advance. On October 13, Stalin ordered the evacuation of the Communist Party and headquarters to Kuibyshev, causing some panic among the Moscow population. Stalin remains in the capital, which was a determining factor in morale and tenacity of the defenders. Despite numerous German victories, Guderian had to stop to October 29 after reaching the outskirts of Moscow, bad weather, supply problems and damaged roads and bridges slowing him considerably. The final offensive is given November 15, 1941, and the Germans managed to penetrate to within 24km of the Kremlin, which could be seen with the naked eye by German soldiers frustrated and exhausted. Some regiments had only hundreds of soldiers and were commanded by lieutenants. Another major problem is the “General Winter”, which follows the general mud mentioned above, arrives ahead of schedule: 23 November, temperatures drop to -30 ° C, and sometimes down to -50 °, resulting in the total paralysis of the German army. On December 5, the offensive is halted. Stalin take this opportunity to start a cons-offensive which will push the Germans more and more away from the Soviet capital. Moscow will be secured in October 1943, when Smolensk will be free. The battle has cost the lives of more than 800,000 Soviet soldiers and 300,000 German soldiers. Hitler suffered a setback, not a defeat, his troops have survived after the winter. UNIFORM The M35 uniform is specific to the beginning of the war. The M35 shirt included especially seeing collar badges, and thus used as a target for snipers. Thus in 1941, the M41 jacket begins to replace them and will be spread all along the deliveries on the front. Big noticeable difference: the color of the collar tabs, which become green. M38 Leather boots were widespread in the Soviet Army. The sole was made of rubber, thus avoiding that the cold comes too quickly in the feet, unlike the German boots which were nailed. This is boots of NVA postwar: easy to find for an attractive price. Only the shape of the sole is different, the original having small points molded in rubber. The pants are a M35 trousers, with a slight knee reinforcement, and a cut that might suggest a specific trousers for officers. But it is indeed the pants of the troops! A lace calf keeps the pants into the boots properly. Thus it is possible to move without having to put the pants into the boots every five kilometers. Regulatory shirt at the beginning of the war, the Gymnastyorka M1935 is made of brown cotton and has collar badges representing the ranks and the army of soldier. It has two pockets on the chest, enough to store your ID, your wallet and your money. The buttons can be of different models and different colors. Made of wool, M1935 overcoat, here the model for the troops and NCO, was the benchmark hot equipment. It has a martingale in the back, and has, also, in the same color as the collar tabs Gymnastyorka. Similarly, have existed M1941 overcoats with green collar tabs. It closes with hooks to slip into small rings, in order to be able to put it and remove it without problems despite wearing gloves more or less thick. This will make it easy to leave it if the soldier is dropped in water, his weight and all his equipment making it sink very quickly. Here you can see the detail of the hooks, which are four in number. Collar tabs are to put in shape, and sew by hand, with the insignia already installed on it. In other words, I have been slow to implement these collar tabs, wool is very thick. This is a current manufacturing coat, made to measure and with the same techniques and components at the time. Two very deep pockets are on the side, enough to keep the heat of his hands without gloves. The grade I represent is Senior Sergeant, ie staff sergeant. EQUIPMENT The SSH40 helmet (for Stalshliem sorok) is massively appeared in 1942, but was manufactured in small quantities in 1940. So it was unusual to see in 1941, but it was not impossible to find it. It was manufactured until the 60s, so it is easy to find after the war for a low price, or find copies. You can see that the helmet fits well on the head, this using the web jugular, used to compress the helmet on the head. Unlike the US and German helmets, equipped with a headband, the SSH40 helmet still very rustic. Three pieces of foam wrapped in oilcloth, all maintained by a string to the bottom. You can eventually paint a red star on the front, at the risk of serving as a target for German snipers. Used by enlisted men and NCOs, the brown leather belt was to receive all the equipment necessary for the life of the soldier. If he had too much weight to wear, it was possible to add him canvas beige straps. He could as easily be worn over the Gymnastyerka, like above the overcoat. Avoid, however, to wear under clothing, it was meant to be the last layer of your outfit. The M37 model leather pouches could contain 8 stripper clips of 5 cartridges, so 40 cartridges of Mosin Nagant. Next we find the aluminum canteen stored in its case with a loop for the belt, M38 model. Then the bread bag model 1941 will be hanging on the belt by passersby. It will contain everything you need to eat one or two meals. The leather holster presented here is specifically designed for the TT-33. It may also contain an additional magazine and a cleaning rod, which I didn’t placed. The TT-33 hung to a leather strap is an airsoft model, from SRC. The real gun could hold 8 cartridges of 7,62m, close enough to C-96 cartridges, very popular in the USSR at that time. There are several models of cartridge pouches, this one being the most expensive to find. But they were the most widespread since had a ring on top to hang the backpack model 39 or 41. Here you can see a 7.62mm cartridge Mosin Nagant neutralized, to put on a stripper clip with 4 other cartridges. Below the leather pouch, we have a new canvas, closed with a button, locked by a string. Inside we find a F1 grenade, fragmentation hand grenade. Of course, there are other types of grenades and pouches to transport them. Called “Myeschok” in Original version, the English version gives “assault pack” model 1930. It contains the toilet tools, spare socks, a mess kit in its cover and a field ration. Special feature of this bag: it closes with the suspenders, knotted around the top. It can be hung on the front to prevent it bothers you when you run or you bend. Very commonly used, not only by Soviet, enamel cup was very strong, so could easily be transported either in the backpack or assault pack or hung on the webbing for it to be easily accessible. Very similar to the German model, the model 1936 mess kit was carried in a cover, optional because carried in the assault pack. It is composed of two elements. This is a post-war mess kit, “Warsaw Pact” type. But it will make fit for reenactment, as only the color, which was more olive green differs. The markings are naturally different. The Plasch palatka means the half-tent you see in bandoleer. In addition to serving up a tent, it may also use as poncho, a string being housed on a corner, which will serve as a hood. This poncho also features wooden closures in order to assemble several to form a tent, or close the poncho. There is a good way to wear a Plasch palatka I can you make a video if I request it in the comments. That will be an opportunity to better wear it, which is too large, folding having been achieved a long time ago. A conventional strap will connect the two ends of the Plasch Palatka together. Regulatory rifle of the Soviet Army since the beginning of the century, the Mosin Nagant rifle 1891 has been enhanced in 1930, hence the name 1891/30. Chambered in 7,62×54, it has a magazine of 5 cartridges, so the stripper clips of 5 cartridges mentioned before. This is a Mosin Nagant of neutralized bought in a French shop. It is possible to attach a bayonet on guns in working order, it will be possible to buy through the possession of a shooting license. You can find the link of the presentation of various airsoft guns Mosin Nagant in the description of this video. Accessory bulky but still symbolic, the flag of the Soviet Union is absolutely not taboo, and easy to find in copy. I have it here mounted on a long stick with hooks attached to the handle. Of course, this flag has no place in a museum, it is beautiful from afar but far from beautiful because quite cheap. Here is the overall view of the Soviet soldier equipped for autumn and ready to defend Moscow to push the Germans until winter, and benefit from extreme conditions to repulse them. NCOs often chose the PPSH, but it was definitely not impossible to see them with rifles, more accurate over long distances and uses less cartridges. This is a specially made keeping requirements for fighting that could last several days, many items for life and hygiene equipment have been brought with the soldier. SUMMARY Let’s start with M35 trousers, here made in China, so average quality. It is equipped with reinforcements on the knees, buttons and hook to close the pants, and laces to easily maintain the cuffs into boots. M38 Leather boots were easy to put on, and quite comfortable to wear when they are the right size. They allowed to cross wetlands without much problem, unlike the low boots with leggings. Be careful to the mud. The sole is rubber, but the pattern of the sole is different, these being of East Germany. Indeed, the era of rubber soles included small points. The post-war boots are easy to find for very attractive prices, hence the choice I made. The M35 Gymnastyorka was the Soviet regulatory shirt between 1935 and 1941. It has two chest pockets, and collar tabs to identify the army and rank of the soldier. This model was specially designed for enlisted men and NCOs. Here we find the rank of Senior Sergeant or Staff Sergeant. The M35 overcoat shown here was also intended for enlisted men and NCOs. Made of wool with cotton lining, two pockets on the side and are very deep. We find the same ranks as the Gymnastyorka but badges are arranged differently on the collar. The coat closes with hooks to pass through rings, in order to quickly and easily manipulate the coat, even with gloves, which would not have been possible with buttons. Note that the rings are reinforced with yarn thickness in addition, in order to support any constraints. The SSH40 helmet appeared during the Battle of Moscow, but was manufactured in very large quantities after the beginning of 1942. It consists of a steel shell, complemented by three pieces of foam inserted into an oilcloth. Sand color web chinstrap completes the look. This helmet is a post-war model, and I cut the tip of the chinstrap, which has a steel end at the origin, following the advice of an acquaintance I had at the time I bought the helmet. I don’t know if it’s a good idea or not, but I lost practicality force to use it, patina being felt on this end jugular. Here is the webbing that our Soviet soldier carries over the M35 overcoat. This is a light version, so that the soldier can stay on the front one or two days without external supplies. A first M37 pouch for Mosin-Nagant, filled with 20 cartridges; then the M38 cover for the canteen, with a hook and a loop, containing the aluminum canteen. The bread bag M41 will contain the material to eat and food to keep overnight. The whole is mounted on a brown leather belt. As NCO, I can carry a gun, hence the holster and TT-33 content in, with an extra magazine. An additional pouch in canvas will be placed under the second M37 leather pouch. The canvas pouch can contain a F1 grenade, and leather pouches contain cartridges of 7.62 x 54. Here are two neutralized. It will be possible to add canvas shoulder straps if the belt became too heavy, particularly because of the bread bag food and cartridges weight. The assault pack model 1930 was intended to be manufactured in large quantities without being costly. That is why it seems very simple in design, which doesn’t make it necessarily practical use. It will contain the mess kit, spare socks, toilet business and additional food. It locks at the top by the straps of the bag. In this assault pack, we may also add, in addition to the M36 mess kit (which here is a post-war model, similar to the WW2 model), enamel or aluminum cup. This is to be able to consume the drink without the canteen, either water, tea or alcohol. The Plasch palatka is the half-tent that soldiers staffing. Thus, to make a full tent, it takes two. And again, it formed a tunnel, the canvas is square. It could also serve as a poncho, and must bend a certain way when it comes to transport like a bandoleer. Note that mine is badly folded, I will surely show how exactly one day. The regulatory rifle of the Soviet military is the Mosin Nagant M1891/30. At the close, the USSR flag to remind you which side you fight when it comes to charge in front of machine guns. This is a simple broom handle with two hooks to attach a flag there, cheap copy very light fabric. The real flags were, of course, much better made than this one. Be careful to pronounce Moçine and not Mozin. This rifle is chambered in 7.62 and has been enhanced in 1930, hence its name from 1891/30. I invite you to follow the link in the description to find the series of videos where I treat the subject. It has an internal magazine of 5 rounds, and was the direct competitor of the Mauser 98K. Here is what concludes this video, I hope you enjoyed it and that it will be useful, please feel free to ask me your questions in the comments, to share this video and subscribe to my channel if is not already. As for me I’ll see you soon for a new video! See you ! Directed by Neo035 With Mireille’s help (shooting) Let’s go Tovaritch ! Charge!

75 Replies to “Uniforme soviétique M35 version automne – Review d’uniforme”

  1. super ta vidéo néo comme dahb c toujours aussi bien 😉
    passe faire un petit tour sur ma chaine si tu veux
    sinon continu comme ça j'adore 😉

  2. tres belle video juste un truc pour ta toile de tente comme tu est droitier quand tu epaule la toile de tente te gêne donc mais la sur ton autre epaule 😉

  3. Bonjour Néo !
    Je voulais savoir quelque chose. Quel est le prix en moyenne d'un uniforme M35 comme le tien ?
    En tout cas très bonne vidéo, il n'y a rien à faire mais les uniformes soviétiques sont vraiment mes préférés !

  4. Oui j'aimerai bien que tu fasses une vidéo qui montre comment plié la plasch palatka tout simplement parce que j'en et une et voilà ^^ merci

  5. Encore une superbe vidéo Neo !
    Moi une vidéo de deux heures ou tu parle d'uniformes en détail sa ne me dérange pas 😉
    J'ai hâte de voir la prochaine vidéo

  6. Coucou, Néo, encore une très bonne vidéo, et pour répondre à ta demande, oui je veux une vidéo, même de 2 minutes, sur la Plasch Palatka

  7. franchement j adore ces videos d'uniformes et bravo pour ton accent russe car personnellement le seul mot en russe que je connais et prononce assez bien c'est vodka !! 😉

  8. salut neo,superbe presentation,je fais du militaria mais en collection d'objets originaux de la premiére et seconde guerre mondiale mais je compte me lancer surement dans la reconstitution mais il faut que j'attende ma taille definitive car je n'ais que treizes ans;-)
    salut!

  9. Oh sussure moi des mots doux en Russe coquin lol , sérieusement la grande classe , j'aimerai me faire une tenue de soldat allemand ( sans être aussi perfectionniste que toi) mais quand je vois la gueule des machins et leurs prix ca refroidie .

    RIP Neo , cela aurai été ballo de disparaitre un 31 décembre et mettre 2015 sur la tombe .

  10. Tres belle video en plus sur l'union sovietique jadore ^^
    pour les prochaine vidéo tu pourais listé les musique que tu utilise sil te plait tovarish ?

  11. En grand amateur d'histoire que tu es, je te recommande fortement le livre STALINGRAD d'Antony Beevor. Continue tes videos, elles sont d'Une grande qualité et très précieuses.

  12. Hey Neo ! Tu penses que c'est tabou de se faire un uniforme de la Waffen SS ? (La branche militaire avec les chemises camouflage). Merci de ta réponse !

  13. Des mois que je cherche le manteau m35 voir m40 , il est introuvable . pourrais tu me rediriger vers le site ou tu l'as acheter ?
    Merci d'avance .

  14. Salut neo ! Je voulais savoir pourquoi tu n'a pas le mosin de chez red fire ? Et quel mosin est le plus fiable entre celui de red fire, le m44 version 2 de zeta labs et le wingun m44 ( tu ne connais peut être pas le dernier ) ?

  15. Excellente vidéo comme d'habitude ! Cela serait super si tu pouvais faire une vidéo pour savoir faire la bandoulière de la Plash Palatka stpp 😉

  16. Super vidéo guide pour mon premier uniforme composé par mes soins …Merci
    Le jour ou YouTube met les commentaires ailleurs qu'en bas les gens vont se poser une question quand ils vont vous voire pointer le bas en parlant des commentaires …

  17. Salut néo.
    Très bonne vidéo.
    Où as tu trouvé ton casque ssh40 et quels sites me conseille tu afin de m'en procurer un?

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