I guess, something like Hungarian mountain navy... The rucksacks had been very similar during WW2 in the German army. The Heer had Tornister, olive with dark brown fur flap, Africa Korps had Tornister , olive without fur, HJ Tornister similar to Africa Korps, but with wood frame, like Herrestornister WW1, because HJ didn't carry a second pair of shoes around. Afrika Korps used rucksacks too, mountain troops the Gebirgsjàgerrucksack which became later in a different colour the standard BGS Rucksack with one outer pouch attached to the back and one inner in the main flap and two inner at the sides for shoes replacing the wooden frame of WW1 Heerestornister and one inner compartment to the soldiers back for spare clothing. I think the BGS Rucksack with three outer pouches was created in the Wehrmacht but mainly produced after WW2. During WW2 the airforce used the blue-gray simpler rucksack with two outer pouches at the back. The Gebirgsjàgerrucksack WW2 / Standard BGS Rucksack was the best german rucksack during WW2 in my opinion. That's the reason, why the BGS got it after the war. What Waffen SS used I don't know. Perhaps they had also the Gebirgsjàgerrucksack in the end? In the beginning they used Tornisters. After the war the Police got a grey rucksack, perhaps 45 to 50 litres, that is exactly how Woody girl describes it. It was larger than the WW2 rucksacks which usually had round about 30 or 35 litres. Coat and blanked where attached outside, tent sheed under the flap. (Tornisters had only perhaps 25 litres, but a lot of stuff could be attached on it or stored under the flap.) My first choice of german WW2 models would be the Wehrmacht Gebirgsjàgerrucksack, but made after the war for the BGS. That stuff exists until today in very good conditions. The BGS Rucksack with three pouches looks very interesting too, but that I never had in my hands. All the others I owned and used for many years. The grey Polizei Rucksack is to big in my opinion. I don't like it. The weight is to far away from my back if I carry it. The Bundeswehr created later a new Gebirgsjàgerrucksack which exists in cotton / leather, younger ones in cotton with plastic buckles and the last ones in Cordura Nylon. The last one I currently use for four seasons, but recommend it to less experienced people only for three seasons use. That isn't big enough for a good real winter sleeping bag. For really cold conditions I use the Flecktarn 65 litres Rucksack Cordura that is in use in all parts of the Bundeswehr, or an old swedish made Fjällräven. If woody girl wants an old fashioned rucksack in good conditions, the cotton/ leather Bundeswehr Gebirgsjàgerrucksack 34 litres is very interesting too, because it is still relatively cheap and often in very good conditions. Off course: it was made and used in the seventies and eighties, not in WW2! But the older BGS rucksacks from the fifties are often in very good conditions too! The Wehrmacht stuff I could buy in the shop, where I can look at it. The risk to get in the fabric destroyed stuff is to high in my opinion if one buys it at e-bay. This market is more for collectors than users I think. But yes: I used Wehrmacht equipment for decades without any problems, and my stuff is still fine! But I have seen old rubbish in a lot of antique shops too.