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WWI German Spike Helmet Cover "44" maker marked and dated 1915 Complete


This is a great World War I image Ive not seen before, showing action from the German POV. What an expansive shot! This Autochrome photo was as rendered on a photo-postcard, a medium that had become very popular at the turn of the century. Arguably, the image suffers a little from the postcard repro process, but its stil a DYNAMIC shot. Look at that Zep! The spiked helmets, I think, peg this to the 1914 or 15 campaigns.

Duchy of Brunswick Officer Ranks of the 3rd Battalion of the Brunswick Infanterie Regiment IR 92 pickelhaube.

Studio Portrait -WWI German Soldier. The flowers tucked into his uniform indicate he will be sent to the front soon.

Prussian Model 1905 Jager-Zu-Pferde Pickelhaube, Germany, c. 1905-1915, steel shell with pressed brass Prussian insignia, intact leather chin-strap, brass-trimmed visors and spike

Black German Soldier in WW1 A group of articles describing numerous contributions by black American, French colonial, Scottish, British, African, and Asian soldiers in military service around the world.