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German dogtags from Stalingrad

German dogtags from Stalingrad

I've already mentioned in this article that the most popular finding at the Stalingrad battlefield among those, that carry a price besides coins, buttons and others, are dogtags.

World War 2 Axis helmets

World War 2 Axis helmets

We will tell you about how battle helmets were used in Axis powers- Italian, Romanian and Hungarian ones.
WW2 digging in Stalingrad

WW2 digging in Stalingrad

Since the beginning of 90s and up till now our team has been carrying out archaeological digging in Stalingrad battlefields.
The main German helmets of the World War 2

The main German helmets of the World War 2

The history of Nazy Germany is only 12 years, probably that’s why Deutsches Reich military relics are in so popular among collectors all over the world. In this article we will talk about German helmets of the WW2 period.
Soviet helmets of the World War 2

Soviet helmets of the World War 2

Soviet helmet SSh40 was the main USSR helmet during the Second World War. We will tell you about this helmet and its previous versions (SSh36, SSh39) in this article.
Stalingrad today is Volgograd

Stalingrad today is Volgograd

What happened to Stalingrad and how does it look today? What sightseeing should you visit? The answer is in this article.
Nibelungenwerke Plant. The production of tanks in the 3 Reich

Nibelungenwerke Plant. The production of tanks in the 3 Reich

Austrian St. Valentine is a small farming village whose population did not exceed 2,000 inhabitants by the beginning of the war. It was here that the Nibelungenwerke factory was located, which created almost 5,000 German tanks and self-propelled guns.

World War 2 combat helmets

World War 2 combat helmets

Steel helmets are an integral part of modern wars, it’s hard to imagine a Second World War soldier without this part of a battle suit. In this article we will talk about general WW2 helmets- German, French, Soviet, Romanian, English, American, Hingarian and Japanese ones. We will tell you about their characteristics and functional patterns, also we’ll answer the main question: what helmet is considered the best one at WW2?
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