Equipment List and Prices (Depending on where you get them): - Shirt $6 - Pants, Y-Suspenders, Web Belt $20 - Gray Plastic Shoulderboard Buttons: $ - Helmet with net $24 - Shelter Half $8 - Mess Kit $5 - 3-Day Assault Pack $5 - Coffee Cup $ - NVA Wool Blanket $22 - 1st Canteen $7 - Folding Shovel with Cover $24 - Duffle Bag $ - Balaclava $8 - Personals Kit (2 pairs socks, 1 undershirt, 1 pair long johns, 2 towels, 1 cloth napkin/handkerchief) $7 - 2x Canteens $4 - Gas Mask Bag $ - Magazine Pouch $7 - Grenade Pouch $7 - Private Shoulderboards $5
Pots And Pots brings together our knowledge of West German Pottery into one place , showcasing a constantly updated gallery of our personal collection alongside a shop of ceramics we have for sale. As you navigate our site you will find information on over thirty West German Pottery manufacturers, such as Scheurich , Bay , Carstens , Dumler and Breiden , Ceramano , Otto , Steuler and more . Each company contains a gallery from our personal collection or sales, along with identification tips and an insight into areas such as designers and glazes. Over 700 forms are currently recorded; this will be updated as we find more.
In 1949 with the continuation and aggravation of the Cold War (witness the Berlin Airlift of 1948–49), the two German states that were originated in the Western Allied and the Soviet Zones became known internationally as West Germany and East Germany. Commonly known in English as East Germany , the former Soviet Occupation Zone , eventually became the German Democratic Republic or GDR . In 1990 West Germany and East Germany jointly signed the Treaty on the Final Settlement With Respect to Germany ; by which transitional status of Germany following World War II was definitively ended, the Four Allied powers relinquished their joint residual sovereign authority for Germany as a whole, the two parts of Germany confirmed their post-war external boundaries as final and irreversible (including the 1945 transfer of former German lands east of the Oder-Neisse line ), and the Allied Powers confirmed their consent to German Reunification. From 3 October 1990, after the reformation of the GDR's Länder , the East German states joined the Federal Republic .