WW1 German Flying Goggles Box - New
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Reproduction WW1 German Flying goggles cardboard box. Issued by the flying school at Döberitz. The military training Doeberitz, also known as Army School Döberitz or Infantry School Döberitz from 1910 also Fliegerschule Döberitz Royal Prussian Flying Corps, was an important military training ground in Dallgow in Berlin and one of the largest of its kind. It served to troops training of the army, to Unteroffiziers and officer training and the training of pilots and the testing of new aircraft.
This box is perfect if you have WW1 German goggles which you want to display or protect. The internal dimentions are 35mm x 70mm x 190mm. They are marked with choice of colour (schwarz or braun) and nose bridge dimentions (15mm or 20mm). You also have the choice of the 'JASTA 2 1916' marking (Jagdstaffel Zwei in full and also known as Jasta Boelcke), which is the marking for the Squadron that the Red Baron served in.
The Goggles are not included, you are buying the box only.
- WW1 Goggles presentation and protection
- WW1 Reenactors and Living History
- WWI Military Historians & Collectors
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- Gift for the WW1 enthusiast