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Australian Helmet WW2 (1942)

Article about: Hello hall, I posted pictures of another of my "combat" helmets that I really like; it's an Mk2 Aussie WW2, marked "1942", whit Broad Arrow and size 7-1/4 printed, the li

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    Default Australian Helmet WW2 (1942)

    Hello hall,
    I posted pictures of another of my "combat" helmets that I really like; it's an Mk2 Aussie WW2, marked "1942", whit Broad Arrow and size 7-1/4 printed, the liner is "Dunlop".
    The camouflage net should be the original and also the first aid package.
    The color is the typical green rough.
    I' m very interested at your comments.
    greetings

    Roberto

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    WOW, now that is a one look beauty, Aussie Mick will be on your case for this one! Leon.
    "Always do sober what you said you'd do drunk. That will teach you to keep your mouth shut." Ernest Hemingway

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    It was very hard to find one like this!!

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    Nice Aussie Mk2, was this found near to you?

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    Yes, it was a local collector, that had a long time.

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    That's a sweet lid you have thanks for sharing

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    It is a pleasure for me

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    Nice helmet mate, the net looks to be a nice original Aussie one. I can't imagine that an Australian helmet would be easy to find in Italy! Also I would remove the field dressing from behind the net, that is not something Australians did it is a British/Canadian thing.

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    Thank you for your comment.
    I'm afraid to take off the net. It is very old and may break!

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    AIF....forgot!
    give me an opinion on this that i posted two days ago. Is australian also this.
    Is marked MKIII 1941
    thanks

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