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reptiledude
reptiledude

Take a gander Charles! There's Sommething over there!

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Switz[3rdMAR]
Switz[3rdMAR]

Love the net over the doughboys helmet.

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volcol
volcol

It's a net over a British Brodie helmet, we have standard Brodie helmets and as seen on the other character, a field cap. The doughboy (US) Brodie was exceptionally similar though.

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Blood-Angel
Blood-Angel

The hands....they look like hands!

Amazing work as usual!

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SquireJames
SquireJames

The Brodie Helmet and the US M1917 have identical shells, it's the liner that is different.

Slightly odd combination of a Service Dress Cap and a SBR there though. By the time SBRs were in use, helmets were worn at all times in the trenches, with soft "trench caps" used inside dugouts, behind the lines etc. SD Cap wasn't brought back until post-war.

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These are some of the variations you'll see of the British faction in 2.0. They were made by Volcol in cooperation with Strayferret and Semmel

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