Title: German Helmets of the Second World War – Volume I: M1916/18 : M1932: M1935: M1940: M1942: M1942/45
Author: Radovic, Branislav
Edition: 1st Edition
Publication Date: 2002
Cover: Hard Cover with Dust Jacket – 304 pages
Comments: This two volume set is fully illustrated, detailed look at the famous German “stahelm” of World War II. Full colour photographs – including multiple-view, interiors, and up-close detail – show Army, Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, Waffen SS, Paratroop, and many others. This book is Volume 1 of the two volume set.
There have been several noteworthy reference books on German helmets over the past few years, but German Helmets of the Second World War gives the collector the unique opportunity to study the many examples portrayed at close quarters. Presented for the first time are images of the highest quality and definition – details of model types, liners, insignia, camouflage paint schemes, covers and accountrements – all in full colour.
To help put these helmets into a historic context, there are also many original, unpublished black and white photographs. Both volumes have been specifically produced to give the advanced collector the opportunity to expand his or her knowledge, and to com,pare paint and insignia against their own collections. For the novice or would-be collector, these books are an invaluable reference.
Over 480 colour and black and white photographs.