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W.W.1 Helmet

Article about: Hi, I went to one of our local bootsales today and picked up a Mk1 Brodie helmet for 1.00, It had a 1940 liner that had rotted so that was taken out. I had to clean the shale from it but it

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    Quote by Caseydiggz View Post
    Is that a bolt on top of the helmet or am I seeing things? If it's a bolt it could be a ww1 helmet that was "updated" into a M-1917a1 for service in early ww2
    looks like an early large head liner screw head, the early WWII MKII helmets had large screw heads.
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    Ok im more familiar with US helmets

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    Hi Casey,
    Yes you can see the bolt in the top as said in the thread it had a 1940 rotted liner in it, so it was also used in w.w.2, but still a good little helmet. Militarymania, you will find it is a Mk1 as the helmet you discribe with no edge, ie a raw edge is an A Patt helmet,
    brought out in 1915 ish, the mk1 is the first brodie with a rim.
    thanks dave.

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    Reg is offline

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    Nice find Dave ! Im sure its a Brodie re-worked for ww2. I think those stress marks on the forming of it seem to be common on ww1 lids.

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