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WWI Transitional Army

Article about: Here is one that I picked up but I am in the process of letting go! It is a Bell L, which I am a huge fan of. Liner is original to the helmet and has a name written on the liner and the skir

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    HelmChick
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    I am not 100% sure on the Lindenberg firm, but I got an email from a friend of mine who said that is who they think made them?



    I dont know, I just know I like the look of the Bells!!!!

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    ww1totalwarguy
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    hey im just new here and i want to ask were do get baners and flags fro ww1.Relating to the topic that helmet is an m16 (with a wired name)and made in germany think

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    HelmChick
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    It is an M18 helmet. M16s have the chinstrap lugs on the inside so you will have the extra rivet that shows on the outside on each side.
    M18s eliminated that!

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