Danish equipment of the cold war
The Danish equipment of the Cold War era was dominated by two different but quite similar webbing sets. The M45-50 and the M45-59. The M45-59 serving from 1959-1990s.
The M45-50 was developed by the Mills Equipment Company, and borrowed a lot of details from the Pattern '37 webbing of the British army - but with a lot of very unique solutions.
E.g.: The basic pouches were enlarged and a "trap door" was placed in the bottom of the pouch - to retrieve the ammunition easier - and the Patt. '44 water bottle and carrier was altered to be used with a Patt. '37 belt.
In general the personal equipment remained very British for a long time. The webbing remained unmistakably British, but the uniform changed in the 1950s and 1960s to a more "American" style, with the introduction of the M/58 uniform system - Nicknamed the "Fidel Castro."