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English: Rangabzeichen der deutschen Wehrmacht bis 1945, hier Kragenspiegel Heer für Mannschaften (OR-1 bis OR-3) und Unteroffiziere (OR-4 bis OR-8).
English: Rank insignia of the German Wehrmacht until 1945, here collar patches for non-commissioned officers (OR-1 to OR-3) and enlisted personnel (OR-4 to OR-8).
Русский: Знаки различия немецкого Вермахтa до 1945г., сдезь петлицы cухопу́тныx войск pядовыx (ОР-1 до OP3) и унтер-офице́ры (ОР-4 до OP-8).
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