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My relic German helmet

Article about: Gents, Let me add my relic german helmet to this wonderful forum. I believe it once belonged to the Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek and that it was found in that region. Greetings, Marinus

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    Gents,

    Let me add my relic german helmet to this wonderful forum.
    I believe it once belonged to the Airborne Museum in Oosterbeek and that it was found in that region.

    Greetings, Marinus


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    Nice M35 relic.
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    It certainly is a relic, an interesting one though. I hope there was no one wearing it at the time of impact.

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    Would have given some poor soul quite a headache if he was wearing it when it sustained that damage.....

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    Nice one. If it wasn't a practise target, then I guess the shooters were sick bastards having fun with a dead enemy.

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    nice solid relic and i see lots of remaining paint ,thanks for showing

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    That's an interesting lid!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



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    Impressive lid. Thanks for sharing.

    Quote by Finnlander View Post
    Nice one. If it wasn't a practise target, then I guess the shooters were sick bastards having fun with a dead enemy.
    Many of these now holed helmets would have been rolling around the battlefield (sans owner) and being hit by random grenade splinters/assorted projectiles during the heat of battle.

    The amount of metal in the air would at times have been unbelievable.

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    ******* holey moley !!! ********
    " When you're chewing on life's gristle, don't grumble, give a whistle "

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    If some one was wearing that M35 at the time it got shot up, and lived to tell the tail I suspect they gave him a 1 kilo gold Verwundetenabzeichen, mit goldenem Eichenlaub, Schwertern und Brillanten!

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