Оригинальное название: Flachentarnmuster
Переведенное название: Patterned camouflage
История: Taken into service in the late fifties by the East German Army (NVA - Nationale Volksarmee) and MDI (Ministry of the Interior). It was produced until 1967 and replaced by the Strichmuster ("needle pattern") which was produced from 1965 and on.
Использование: Used by the East German Army (NVA) and Ministry of the Interior (MDI)
Расцветка: An "amoeba" pattern: tan background with medium brown, light green and dark green "splotches". This pattern is besides Blumentarn ("flower camouflage") also called "Kartoffelmuster" ("potato pattern")
Дополнительная информация: There are several variations of this uniform (Daniel Peterson distinguishes in his book "Waffen SS Camouflage Uniforms & Post-War Derivatives" 9 different versions of the jacket and two of the trousers). My jacket is one of the earlier patterns with has an attached hood and face veil.