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sabretache

(ˈsæbəˌtæʃ)
n
(Military) a leather case suspended from a cavalryman's saddle
[C19: via French from German Säbeltasche sabre pocket]
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Denisov smiled, took out of his sabretache a handkerchief that diffused a smell of perfume, and put it to Nesvitski's nose.
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Marmottan, "Le General Menou in Toscane," Carnet de la sabretache: revue d'histoire militaire retrospective, vol.
"Geographical and technical intelligence in the Southwest Pacific 1942-1945" Sabretache, 46(4):21.
(8) Blair, Dale James, 1998 'An Australian "officer-type"--a demographic study of the composition of officers in the 1st Battalion, First AIF', Sabretache: The Journal and Proceedings of the Military Historical Society of Australia, Vol.
Goriainow [Goriainov], ed., Lettres interceptees par les russes, durant la campagne de 1812 (Paris: La Sabretache, 1913); N.
His armband displays a German military cross but its shape echoes the crossbones of the Totenkopf or death's head, emblazoned on the sabretache at his waist.
But Anthony Staunton, editor of Sabretache, the journal of the Military History Society of Australia, has called for the plans to be scrapped.
White, 'Compulsory military training in Australia in 1914', Sabretache, vol.
[25] Peter Stanley, "The green hole: exploring our neglect of the New Guinea campaigns of 1943-44", Sabretache: Journal of the Military Historical Association of Australia (April-June 1993) 3-11.
The first is a reprint of the March 2002 edition of Sabretache and a second a list of articles since 2002.
Videon, "The Women's Air Training Corps', Sabretache, vol.