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Article about: The search phrase I used was "gigantic german helmet" STRANGE GIANT GERMAN ARMY HELMET

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    Hi guys, I came across this huge German helmet while surfing the internet.
    I really don't want to fight the original owner during those days... lol.
    But, would be a great lid for Doug's shelf! :-)

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    Kris.

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    I'm wondering how big the rest was from his tunic and equipement!

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    Yup he'd be a big bloke!....
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    You don't want to meet this guy in the trenches LOL

    Cheers

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    That is Ron R's dog house.

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    That would be an awesome Man Cave to house your helmet collection. The decal could be the door. Could really make this work.

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    I love that, there are some more pictures of it on display in a park somewhere.

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    WOW... ginormous lid! What's the story?

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    Dunno mate. Can't find the website anymore... :-(

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    Found this about the helmet/artwork:

    "An artist’s rendering of a giant Nazi-era German Army helmet is transported by truck through Le Marais, Paris' mainly Jewish quarter. The helmet, which created a stir in the neighbourhood when it was first put on display in the gallery’s courtyard a year ago, was transferred to a storage place in the Paris suburbs. The helmet was made in Bulgaria by 32-year-old Italian artist Marco Boggio Sella. — Reuters"

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