No, allied soldiers wore khaki uniforms (A shade of medium brown) and German soldiers wore blue/gray. -I believe the first to to wear camouflage were German paratroops in WW2.
German soldiers who were stationed at death camps during World War II wore the German army's standard uniform. This uniform would have consisted of a dress jacket, pants, and boots.
The German word for "soldiers" is "Soldaten".
2,050,897 German soldiers died in ww1
16,000 German soldiers were killed in the invasion of Poland.
how many german soldiers returned to germany after the war.
there were 26,200,000 soldiers in the wehrmacht
Most German soldiers on the Eastern Front had a good idea of what was going on.
No, German soldiers did not invade Scotland.
United States soldiers wear diffrent stuff to each war
british soldiers were called TOMMIES german soldiers were called FRITZ or JERRIES british soldiers were called TOMMIES german soldiers were called FRITZ or JERRIES
German soldiers during World War I were called "Huns" by the American soldiers. The Germans called their soldiers "The Bosch" during World War I.
4,247,143 German soldiers were wounded in battle during the Great War.
German soldiers were not all supportive of Hitler.
Allied soldiers were in German POW camps. German soldiers were in Allied POW camps.
The soldiers were German, from Germany.
i think they wear boots
The Battle of Britain was an air campaign. No German soldiers were wounded, only airmen.
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