GERMAN COMBAT HELMETS OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR
M35 Heer double decal helmet, 1937, Q68, with Baden shield inside the steel skirt.
M35 Heer double decal helmet, 1938, Q64.
M35 Heer double decal helmet, SE68.
M35 Heer re-issue helmet, size 60 (smallest size) with factory seven tongue liner, EF60.
M35 Heer re-issue helmet, with original wartime applied camouflage net hooks, ET64.
M35 Luftwaffe ordnance tan "Tigerstripe camo" helmet.
M35 Luftwaffe "Normandy camo" helmet, ET64.
M40 Heer single decal helmet, SE62.
M40 Heer "DAK camo" helmet, brought home by Roy W. Brandau after fighting in Tunisia.
M40 Heer "Normandy camo" helmet with vibrant colours.
M40 Heer "wire camo" helmet.
Heer / SS "Normandy camo" M40 helmet.
M40 helmet found in Norway with "concrete drip camo". S. Brainerd collection.
M40 "chunky Normandy camo" helmet, EF64.
M40 "Normandy camo" helmet named to "Lt. Rotter", Q64.
M40 "tropical camo" helmet, EF64.
M40 Luftwaffe "Normandy camo" helmet with painted skirt.
Heer M42 single decal helmet.
Battle damaged SS M42 single decal helmet.
Heer M42 single decal helmet NS62, captured by Cecil Swiger, 101st Airborne.
Luftwaffe M42 single decal helmet NS64.
M42 "Camo" helmet, possibly Italian theatre.
Heer "Normandy camo" M42 helmet, captured by Clarence Sheldon Hill, Jr.
Heer "ex-wire camo" M42 helmet.
Kriegsmarine camo S-Boat M42 helmet with rack wear from the ships vibrations.
Heer "Normandy camo" M42 helmet, green and brown dominate colours over a standard dark yellow base.
Heer / SS no decal M42 "vet art" helmet "Killed by Alpin and Charles", a grim souvenir.
Late war final production Wehrmacht M42 helmet, NS64, taken directly from the factory by an allied soldier at wars end.