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1937 Pattern Webbing Belt

1937 Pattern Webbing Belt

Regular price £18.00 GBP
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The 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt was a type of military belt used by the British Army during World War II. It was designed to be worn with the 1937 Pattern Webbing equipment, which was a set of webbing straps, pouches, and carriers used by soldiers to carry their weapons and other equipment.

The 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt was an important part of a soldier's kit, as it allowed them to carry their equipment in a secure and easily accessible way. The belt and other components of the 1937 Pattern Webbing equipment were used by British soldiers in a variety of theaters during World War II, including North Africa, Italy, and Western Europe.