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THE WEST END GAZETTE for January, 1915, had devoted three pages of tailoring instructions for British officer's Khaki Service Jacket. The uniform was first issued in 1912:

"The latest development in connection with military tailoring is the introduction of a new style of Service Dress for field wear. Its principal distinction from the styles that has superseded is the abolition of the time-honored stand collar in favor of the open step collar style as generally adopted for mufti garments."

        A Great Film Clip by the WW I Historians at the BBC About the British Soldier's Kit

The British 1912 Officer Jacket  (West End Gazette, 1915)

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