Collectors love watches from multiple manufacturers. This happens when government contracts get issued. It is the responsibility of buyers to ensure that this equanimity is shown. Contracts are normally awarded to the lowest bidders. However, in wartime, multiple sources are required to ensure supplies.
Most people are familiar with the 12 manufacturers that submitted their designs to the British Ministry of Defence in order to create the W.W.W. watches, a.k.a.replica iwc watches
The "Dirty Dozen": At least seven brands produced Type 20/21 chronographs for the French Air Force. Three or more brands provided CP1s/CP2s to the Italian military watches brokerred by A. Cairelli.
One collector site identified 68 brands from Acacia and Zenith that supplied Third Reich's infantry. Although the watches they made look very similar to the W.W.W.s from the Dirty Dozens, amassing a complete collection of them is as difficult for an acquisitive enthusiast than it is in the world of military timepieces.
Wristwatches given to the German infantry during WWII shared a lot of similarities to the W.W.W. Issued to the British army fighting on one side
The good news is that the legendary iwc replica watches, which stands for Beobachtungsuhren or Observation watches, was sourced exclusively from IWC and A. Lange & Sohne as well as Laco,panerai radiomir replica
Stowa, Wempe, and Stowa. Although research may uncover other sources, the consensus is that this quintet produced all iwc replica watchesen (plural of iwc replica watches). Let's call them "Flieger Funf", which is why the IWC is most sought-after and, because it produced the iwc replica watches for civilian consumption, - easily recognisable.