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Who made this?

Article about: I am hoping that someone here can tell me who made this repro helmet. I was told about 50 were made around 2000/2001 for a D-Day/Normandy event. I was told this is not a cheap-o but a qualit

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    I don't even think the Germans were invited to the official D-Day events in 2000/2001..."Werke" means "Works", as in "Steel-works" btw...
    cheers, Glenn

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    The helmet is fine for reenactments. I believe it is the image you portray. This will look fine.

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    The Last time the Germans came to the D-Day events was, like, 70 years ago and they got kinda rowdy....they're no longer on the invite list...

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Thank you SteveR, I bought this as a re-enactor piece/price so I guess that works.

    FJ-Werke Home Page Bigmac-g, This is what I meant by "werkes" helmets. Does anyone own one of these FJR Helmets or handled one? Worth the money?

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    Yes, fine for reenactment . I hope nobody uses real items for role playing .
    Btw, I also like Chinese takeout

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