Would you take 40,000 monopoly money.thats was a funny story and give me a laugh,
Strawberry toaster pastries, eh ? ! ?.....................
In all seriousness, he must have had a Pickelhaub and/or a M16 Stahlhelm because
they were standard headgear in WWI, but I too have never seen a photo
of him wearing a M35.
As a matter of logic i still think he would have had full kit which especially would include a gas mask ,and helmet for emergensies close at hand at all times.he was the number one assasination target by the allies ,so iv no doubt he would have prepared for all eventualitys.
Im sure the M16 he wore in WW1 was recycled or melted down to make new helmets ..there where over 1,000,000 M16's made and only about 100,000 if that still remain so his surviving is kinda slim to none ..And plus is you find one that said "Hitler" in it ,it may not be his. Hitler was a very common name in Germany
Here is an extract from a document I have just read about his security:
After the war started, his train was heavily armored and equipped with anti-aircraft fore and aft. And, yet, when the newsreels show him at the front, he is the only one who does not wear a steel helmet.
Actually the name on Hitler's birth certificate was Adolphus Hiedler, he changed it (After WWI) to Hitler because that is how it is about how it is pronounced. Hitler is not a German name, nor is Hiedler. Somewhere out there is an Austrian helmet marked Hiedler.