A copy (dummy) of "Oberst" cigarettes for museums, movie production and reenactors. Original sigarettes under this name were smoked by the German army during Second World war.
The dummy is a pack with an inner liner of chalk-overlay cardboard, with 6 cigarette-like copies inside. The excise stamp of the Third Reich is accurately copied and attached onto the package. The dummy-sigarettes are twisted by hand, have a short filter and the manufacturer's seal near the filter.
Now, during the reenactment (imitative war-game) you can share authentic cigarettes, when sitting in trenches and pressing your head into your shoulders each time, the enemy shell strikes!
In German Wehrmacht rations cigarettes were mandatory item. During the war, the most cigarette packs contained 6 cigarettes. There were no special cigarettes for the Wehrmacht, usual cigarettes went to troops, which could be bought across the country. The most common were "Eckstein №5" and "Juno" cigarettes, but there were many other names.