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The formation of the Federal Republic in preserved the independence of each Bundesland to have their own police force and while fashions and uniforms may have changed over the years, this remains in place.
Across Germany, variants existed: for traffic police white ; Bremen retained the green wool varient from the former regime, but painted them a dark green and discarded the kokarde.
Several States applied a similar wool to the tschakos of senior officers, but in black. As in the Weimar period, different quality and types of fittings and badges differentiated tschakos across different ranks.
I am lucky enough to have two tschakos that were in use prior to the creartion of the Federal Republic.
One from the old Prussian Rheinprovinz and the other from Westfalen. This next tschako is an odd one. The green wool is a much brighter green than those used from Also the kokarde is a distinct black similar to those used by Prussia.
This is one I need to research — is it a mock-up or fake, or something unusual? If you know, please use the contact form to let me know.
Although technically not part of the Federal Republic, West Berlin followed similar practice to the rest of western Germany. I have four Tschakos from Berlin: an officers example, a traffic police tschako and two regular examples, one with silver badge and kokarde, the other in gold.
The Bremen police were unique in West Germany for continuing to use the tschakos from the national socialist period and modernising them by painting the wool green and removing the kokarde and naturally enough replaced the NS Eagle with the State Emblem.
I only have the one tschako from Hamburg. It came without a kokarde and I have since added a post-war example. S-H is an interesting State insofar as it went through three varients in the tschako badge in only nine years.
The first, September , the second was introduced in , with the final version adopted in Hinzu kam oft ein in der Regel metallener Kinnriemen Schuppenkette , der zusätzlichen Schutz bot.
Normalerweise waren Filz bzw. Leder in schwarz gehalten, speziell bei den ungarischen Husaren wurde Filz in verschiedenen Farben verwendet.
Bei der Polizei wurde der Korpus normalerweise aus Vulkanfiber hergestellt. Zudem war er billiger herzustellen als die beispielsweise in Österreich und Württemberg getragenen Lederhelme.
Auf der Vorderseite waren ein metallener Beschlag sowie in der Regel ein kokardenartiges Feldzeichen, das sogenannte National , angebracht.
Zu Paraden konnte ein Stutz aus Haaren oder Federn aufgesteckt werden. Im Kaisertum Österreich eingeführt, wurde der Tschako in veränderter Form z.
Im Feld und zum täglichen Dienst war indes eine zunächst Lagermütze genannte, seit dann Feldkappe titulierte Kopfbedeckung Vorschrift.
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From on, the Haarbusch hair bush was no longer to be worn in the field, only on parade. The Wappen on Tschako range widely and are detailed for only in the "Uniform Details of all Jäger and Schützen Battalions" link at the top or bottom of this page.
The fellow in this pre photograph is from one of the Flieger Battalions Flying Troops. To ventilate the M Tschako, there was an internal vent behind the Feldzeichen which could be opened or closed.
The liners on issued M Tschako were of heavy leather with rounded "tongues" perforated at the ends for a leather string to adjust the fit.
Contrary to some publications, this liner was in use for issue helmets for the entire life of the Tschako from to Eigentumsstück Private purchase Tschako were of a much higher quality and were utilized the "squared finger" liners until when the internal sweatband and skull-cap came into use.
However, the old squared finger liners seem to have been a lower cost option for Eigentumsstück Private purchase Tschako for many years after.
This was short-lived, when a new pattern specific to Sachsen was adopted in More cap than helmet, the Sachsen Tschako was covered in black cloth with a flat visor and closely resembled the French or American Civil-War Kepi worn at the time.
The front Wappen consisted of a Sachsen Wappen backed with a star, similar to other Sachsen units, but with the the addition of a Jäger horn.
At all times, even into the great war, a black horse-hair plume was worn on the left side of the Tschako. The first was a reduction in height from the older model.
The second was the addition of a single black-painted vent on each side to aid in ventilation; as a result of the new side vents, the internal vent behind the cloth-covered wooden "Feldzeichen" was removed.
The third, was the adoption of the replacement of the threaded bolt for retaining the leather chinstrap, to the Infantry pattern M loop and hook system.
In a new model of Tschako was introduced, which was shorter and more refined than the M with a shape similar to the officer's Tschako but manufactured out of leather.
On the M, the screw-posts that had been on the reverse of issued Wappen on the M were replaced by loops. Like all other troops in the empire, in all Tschakos were updated with the new Reich's Kokarde, worn on the right side.
To reduce the reflection of the brass or silver fittings, all ranks were issued with cloth Überzug helmet cover in Issued covers utilized hooks while privately purchased and officer covers utilized stiffened brims.
In the issued covers were modified to allow the leather chinstraps to pass through the sides. For parades, Mannschaften and officers wore parade plumes inserted behind the Feldzeichen.
Mannschaften wore a Haarbusch hair bush parade plume made from white or black horse hair, officers wore a Haarbusch made from Yak hair.
During the period of general peace that followed the Napoleonic Wars, the shako in European armies became a showy and impractical headdress that was best suited for the parade ground.
The "stovepipe" shako was a tall, cylindrical type with a brass badge attached to the front. The stovepipe was used by the infantry of the British Army from around , and its use was continued until the end of the Peninsular War.
From then on it was used only by the light infantry. In the US Army, a lower felt shako superseded the top hat style, bearskin crest surmounted "Round hat" in The "Belgic" shako was a black felt shako with a raised front introduced in the Portuguese Marines in and then in the Portuguese Army in , as the barretina.
It was later adopted by the British Army, officially replacing the stovepipe shako in , but was not introduced completely until and became therefore known as the "Waterloo" shako.
This cumbersome headgear was already discarded in , in favour of the slightly bell topped " Regency " shako.
The kiwa also kiver was a style of shako introduced into the Imperial Russian Army in ; its distinguishing feature was the dished or concave top.
The bell-top shako was a large and elaborate type which became popular in the s and s when there was little warfare between the major European powers and practicality on the battlefield became less important than appearance on the parade ground.
It featured a crown that clearly flared outwards towards the top, giving a distinctive bell shape, and was often adorned with decorative cords and plumes.
British troops were accoutered with the bell-top shako from to The Albert shako was a British design introduced in , which was intended to be more practical than previous models.
It featured a lower crown that tapered inwards at the top, and a second peak at the back intended to protect the wearer's neck from the sun. It is named after Prince Albert who supposedly designed it.
It was not popular, and during the Crimean War a round "undress cap" was often worn instead. It was eventually replaced by smaller, lighter versions.
The last two shako models were made of dark blue cloth mounted on a cork basis. The Bengal Native Infantry of the British East India Company 's army worn a version of the bell-top shako as described above, although lacking a vizor or peak.
Frequently portrayed in contemporary illustrations as being worn by mutinous sepoys during the Great Indian Rebellion of , this headdress was actually replaced by the Kilmarnock cap ten years before.
In Denmark it remained part of the full dress of Guard Hussars; in Mexico full dress of federal troops of all branches ; in Portugal military cadets ; in Romania full dress of artillery ; in Italy horse artillery and military academies ; and in Spain line infantry, cazadores , engineers, and artillery.
The Swiss and Dutch armies wore shakos, even for field wear, until after The Japanese Army had worn the shako as a parade headdress until , although a form of high-sided kepi had been the normal wear.
During this final period of elaborate and colourful traditional uniforms, the shako varied widely from army to army in height, colour, trim and profile.
If you know precisely what it is please let me know. There are literally dozens of different types of tschako crest, reflecting the different provinces and cities of Germany through the ages, but only a few different types of coloured body.
As a general rule the greatest number are plain black shell, with those coloured white coming from the traffic police, green of the WW2 era ordnungspolizei and brown of the rural gendarmerie.
This is my only Tschako that predates the First World War, albeit that the tschakostern is from You will notice from the gallery that it has a single vent to each side, with a second small opening to the left side.
Berlin O. Below that S. Berlin Sicherheitspolizei. The Kokarde is felt, in the Prussian State colour of black with silvered braiding and the rear is unusually sealed with a type of paper or layered card.
Detailed pictures can be seen below in the gallery. While otherwise non-descript, the tschako sports an unpainted aluminium kokarde manufactured by C.
Dicke of Ludenscheid. Another example last picture in the gallery was similarly without internal stamps save the size, but sports a S. Although it came with the tschako on purchase, it is incorrect for the period.
The final tschako in this series is a favourite, my Baverian Landespolizei. As per all Bavarian Landespolizei tschakos of the period, it sports the Bavarian national colours in the kokarde and the badge, representative of the Bavarian flag, is silvered.
There is no denying the atrocities of the Nazi regime and the following images are here purely for the historical record.
The gallery below has examples from the police reserve, rural gendarmerie, sicherheitspolizei, feldgendarmerie Heer and finally a police combat helmet.
Like police in the Federal Republic, the police of the DDR initially made use of denazified headress and other equipment, before gradually adopting Soviet and Warsaw pact equipment.In der Mehrzahl der Armeen verlief die Entwicklung ähnlich. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website. Sämtliche Jäger- und Schützenbatallione im alten Reichsheer trugen diese. Im Kaisertum Österreich eingeführt, wurde der Tschako in veränderter Form z. Der Tschako ist eine vorwiegend militärische Kopfbedeckung von zylindrischer oder konischer Form. Nicht notwendig Nicht notwendig. Kostenloser Versand. OK Ablehnen Mehr Griswolds Filme. Deutschland nachTschako für Angehörige der Polizei Berlin.