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Article about: Hi Mates, This British Mk 2 , dated 1940 , is all present and correct, ship shape and Bristol fashion. But i have a question for you all, on the chinstrap it is written A & C Mardorf, I

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    Hi Mates,

    This British Mk 2 , dated 1940 , is all present and correct, ship shape and Bristol fashion.

    But i have a question for you all, on the chinstrap it is written
    A & C Mardorf, I do not believe this is someones name , and the research i have carried out leads me to believe , that the name refers to a shipping company. i was wondering does anyone out there, know if A & C Mardorf operated out of Plymouth UK, during WW2 ??

    I have already attempted to find out this info on the web, and in my local naval history library section, but alas no info has been forthcoming.

    Any info , as always would be greatly appreciated.

    Cheers
    Gaz.
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