WW2 German Generals Cap with light wear and 70+ years of ageing. This cap was requested by a customer who had original WW2 German Generals chinstrap, buttons and wreath. He wanted to display these items so ordered a Generals cap and lightly aged generals eagle. This is our customers finished cap ready for applying the original parts. Feel free to email us if you require a similar cap to display your original cap items.
Reproduction size 59 German U-Boat Submarine Captains Peaked cap with 70+ years of ageing and some worn and tarnished areas as worn by the Captain of U-552 - Erich Topp.
Erich Topp (2 July 1914 – 26 December 2005) was the third most successful of German U-Boat commanders of World War II. He was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords of Nazi Germany. He sank 35 ships during WW2. After the war he served with the Federal German Navy, reaching the rank of Konteradmiral (rear admiral). He later served in NATO.
A selection of pictures from the Utah Military History Group (UMHG) using WarHats.com M38 USA Tank Helmets, including an aged one which the group thought was genuine vintage! The goggles are original US 1021 type googles supplied with the helmet.
The 11th Panzer Division was formed on 1 August 1940 from the 11th Schützen-Brigade and the Panzer Regiment 15 removed from the 5th Panzer Division and elements of the 231st Infantry Division, 311th Infantry Division and 209th Infantry Division.
The German High Command considered the 11th one of their most reliable units. General Paton and his staff considered the Division and its Grenadiers one of the finest and dangerous advisories it faced.
This DAK (Deutsches Afrika Korp) helmet is reproduction, there are no genuine parts included.
The Afrika Korps or German Africa Corps (German: Deutsches Afrikakorps, DAK) was the German expeditionary force in Africa during the North African Campaign of World War II. First sent as a holding force to shore up the Italian defense of their African colonies, the formation fought on in Africa, under various guises, from March 1941 until its surrender in May 1943. The unit's best known commander was Field Marshal Erwin Rommel.
Re-usable stencil template that can be used on WWII German Helmets to create the insignia for the Carl Walther manufacturing & production Security guards, air defence and Fire Service during WW2 Germany.
The history of Walther started with the factory created by Matthias Conrad Pistor who was the chief armorer of the Kassel Armory. Pistor is the ancestor of the Walther family. In 1938 the German Reich awarded the contract for that replacement to Walther for the 9mm P38 pistol.
Re-usable stencil template that can be used on WWII German Helmets to create the insignia for the Henschel & Son manufacturing & production Security guards, air defence and Fire Service during WW2 Germany.
Henschel manufactured Panzer I tanks and during World War II, the firm was responsible for production of the Dornier Do 17Z medium bomber, and large-scale production of the Panzer III. Henschel was the sole manufacturer of the Tiger I and Tiger II
This Sepp Dietrich helmet is reproduction, there are no genuine parts included.
This helmet has been made up from some of the best suppliers in Europe. There are a few parts that are not 100% historically correct but it is probably the best reproduction available.
The helmet shell is a Model 1935 ET maker with faint '68' size marker & batch number. The liner is suitable aged as is the chinstrap and the 'SS' decal is our museum quality 'fat runes'.
We have made this helmet to look lightly used an then stored for 70+ years. Sepp Dietrichs family still own much of his uniform and equipment and we have based this helmet based on one in storage for a long time.
Reproduction M1907 Enlisted Man Field Cap Brunswick 92nd Regiment.
Brunswick's contribution to the WW1 German Army were the Braunschweigisches Infanterie-Regiment Nr.92 and the Braunschweigisches Husaren-Regiment Nr.17, both part of X. Army Corps. At the outbreak of World War One, the 92nd Brunswick Infantry Regiment was part of the 40th Infantry Brigade of the 20th Infantry Division, while the 6 squadrons of the 17th Death's Head Hussars were the X Corps' reconnaissance element, three squadrons to each of the corps' two divisions.
The Death's Head (Totenkopf) skull and crossbones distinctive insignia of the Brunswick regiments dates to 1809, and was worn by the Brunswick contingent under Wellington at Waterloo. The Brunswick death's head differed from the Prussian version in that the crossbones were below rather than behind the skull, and the skull was more elongated.
We have added three new versions of our US Helmet Stencil USA Medical Red Cross stencils.
The Coast Guard as established on January 28, 1915 and designated a military service and a branch of the armed forces of the United States. In 1939 the United States Lighthouse Service was merged into the US Coast Guard. The USCG served in most war theaters during WW2.
We have produced two versions of the numerous WWII U.S.C.G Helmet designs.
The letters are 2cm tall and the stencils are 8cm and 12cm wide respectively.
Imperial German Sachsen (Saxon) NCO's Schirmmütze from Kgl. Sächs. Schützen (Füsilier)-Regiment Prinz Georg Nr.108, Dresden, XII Armee Korps.
Reproduction Imperial German Sachsen (Saxon) NCO's Schirmmütze from Kgl. Sächs. Schützen (Füsilier)-Regiment Prinz Georg Nr.108, Dresden, XII Armee Korps.
Sachsen (Saxon) NCO's Schirmmütze from Kgl. Sächs. Schützen (Füsilier)-Regiment Prinz Georg Nr.108, Dresden, XII Armee Korps. This very nice quality Schirmmütze is made from a high quality Dunkelgrün (dark green) doeskin wool with Ponceaurot (poppy red) piping. The Sachsen Dunkelgrün was darker than Preußen Jäger, looking almost green/black.
Reproduction German Kreigsmarine Admirals White Removable Top Peaked cap. As worn by Großadmiral, Generaladmiral, Admiral, Vizeadmiral & Konteradmiral ranks during WW2.
This helmet is based on the original owned by a Private in the 79th Infantry Division and who received a battlefield promotion to Captain by General Omar Bradley personally.
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