20 Uniforms In The Red Army

Uniforms In The Red Army

Posted on April 3, 2011 by team


This is an interesting list of Russian military men and their uniforms from the 20s of the twentieth century till the end of the Second World War. 

A Red Army soldier in winter, 1923-1924.

And in summer.

A member of Security Organs, 1924.

And his informal clothes, 1924-1927.

An assistant of a battalion commander, 1925-1926.

A member of the military tribunal, 1924.

A head of a station department in Security Organs, 1925-1934.

A commander assistant of a separate squadron.

A Red Army soldier of armored utils, 1931-1934.

A Red Army soldier, 1931-1936.

A Bashkir volunteer soldier, 1918.

A commissioner, 1918-1020.

A company commander, 1919.

A squadron commander, 1920-1921.

A battery commander, 1920-1922.

A rifleman, 1920-1921.

A military leader of the Inspection of Security Organs, 1923.

A Red Army soldier, 1923-1924.

A marshal, 1936-1940.

A Red Army soldier, 1936.

A political instructor, 1936-1940.

A military engineer, 1936-1943.

A quartermaster, 1936-1942.

A junior lieutenant of air forces, 1941.

A captain of car artillery, 1936-40.

A senior lieutenant, 1936-1940.

A Red Army soldier in summer suit, 1935.

A lieutenant in field dress, 1938-1941.

A captain of the air forces, 1936-40 .

A lieutenant of the air forces, 1936-43.

A commander of section, 1938-40.

Defensive anti-gas clothes, 1936-45.

A brigade commander, 1936-40.

A senior lieutenant of State Security, 1936-1937.

The same.

A sergeant of State Security, 1937-1943.

A major of inner troops, 1937-1943.

A junior political instructor, 1939.

A soldier of frontier troops, 1937-1941.

A rifleman in winter clothes, 1939-1940.

The same.

A Cossack soldier, 1936-1941.

A Cossack soldier in full dress, 1936-1941.

A major of Cossack troops, 1936-41.

A junior lieutenant of mountain unit, 1936-41 .

A marshal of the Soviet Union, 1940-43 .

A major general in full dress,  1936-41 .

A major general of tank troops, 1940-43 .

A major general in full dress,  1940-43 .

A lieutenant general, 1940.

A major general of aviation, 1940-41.

A lieutenant of infantry, 1940-1943.

A lieutenant of frontier troops, 1940-1943.

A lieutenant colonel, 1940-1943.

A senior commander of a battalion, 1940-1941.

A captain car-tank troops, 1940-1941.

A captain of air troops, 1940-1941.

A lieutenant of air troops, 1940-1941.

A captain of air troops in summer dress, 1940-1941.

A Red Army soldier of cavalry, 1940-1941.

A junior sergeant, 1941.

The same. Back view.

A corps commissioner, 1941-1942.

The same.

A commissioner of a battalion, 1941

A corps commissioner, 1941-1942.

A student of the air academy, 1941.

A Red Army soldier in full dress, 1941.

A lieutenant colonel of artillery, 1941-1943.

A lieutenant of infantry, 1941.

A lieutenant of land forces, 1941-1943.

A major of air forces, 1941-1943.

A major of cavalry, 1940-1943.

A Red Army soldier if engineer troops, 1941-1943.

A junior lieutenant of car-tank troops, 1941-1943.

A sniper, 1941-1945.

A scout, 1941-1942.

A sniper in autumn dress, 1941-1945.

A soldier-observer, 1941-1944.

A corporal, 1941.

The same.

A Red Army soldier land forces, 1941-1943.

A junior lieutenant of land forces, 1941-1943.

A Red Navy man, 1940-1941.

An engineer captain, 1941-1943.

A Red Army soldier of car-tank troops, 1941-1942.

A Red Army soldier of land forces, 1941-1943.

A Red Army soldier of cavalry, 1941-1942.

A tank man, 1942-1944.

A captain of air forces, 1942-1943.

A pilot naval aviation, 1941-1945.

A builder-submachine gunner, 1942-1943.

A general colonel, 1943-1945.

A major general, 1943-1945.

The same.

A general colonel, 1943-1945.

A colonel, 1943-1945.

A lieutenant of land troops, 1943-1945.

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20 Responses to “Uniforms In The Red Army”

  1. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    First:
    To say: I’m so ugly I’m the model in pic 12: the Bashkir volunteer, 1918. :-(

  2. John from Kansas says:

    A very nice collection. Thanks for posting.

  3. David says:

    This is from a book: Red Army Uniforms 1917-1945.

    Good collection of uniforms. Very impressive how they located examples that fit the “models.”

  4. Archy Bunka says:

    Next: Day vear. Very Nice. Next, swim vear. Very nice.

  5. Archy Bunka says:

    A. Bunka here. One thing you can say about the Germans in WW2, they were snappy dressers.

  6. testicules says:

    Russian uniforms always look like the were bought on consignment. I have seen horse blankets that were better tailored.

  7. asda says:

    all criminals

  8. Polish people says:

    In Poland we had a lot of work to shot them all in 1920. Unfortunately in 1939 they were in cooperation with germans and it was to much for only one young country.

  9. Musa says:

    I would look really good in the 1941 commissioner of a battalion uniform but I love them all, thank you, excellent post EnglishRussia!

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  11. fikamar says:

    Izin copy-paste ya gan!

  12. Anna says:

    History should know. We won this war!

  13. kosherbacon says:

    Is it just me or are a couple of the photos(A rifleman, 1920-1921, A soldier of frontier troops, 1937-1941) reversed? It looks like the bolt handles on their rifles are on the left side. Or do left-handed Mosin Nagants actually exist?

  14. Gordon says:

    Is the Soviet Tanker uniform just the infantry uniform with coveralls over it? I can see the collar of another uniform and I can’t find anywhere that tells me what it is.

  15. Tommo says:

    junior political instructor, 1939 on page 6- what a man!

  16. Daniel says:

    This is actually a better way of learning on how the uniforms in the soviet union had changed over time

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