The helmet was found in Ukraine, at the site of Nikopolsko-Kryvyi Rog operation (read more about Nikopolsko-Kryvyi Rog operation), according to the events of the fighting in 1944. The helmet was found a very long time ago, in the 1970s and was in the same collection. On the liner, two names of soldiers, the name of one is established, he died during this attack, on February 4, 1944. The name of the first owner has not yet been established. Mayer was certainly the second owner of the helmet. The helmet is in excellent condition and very heavy.
Gas mask canister, sapper shovel and half of dogtag was found in the same dugout near airfield Pitomnik (stalingrad) and all this belonged to one soldier of the 44th infantry division of the Wehrmacht (according to the transcript dogtag-8. MG. Jnf.Ers.Btl. II /132). Nothing was found in the dugout except for these three items.
SS helmet, was found in the attic of a house in Demyansk, and most likely belonged to a soldier from the SS Division Totenkopf. The helmet was discovered in 1992 and was in a private collection. The helmet in everything is absolutely original, has a double front color. The decal is painted over by a soldier, and only a part of it is visible. Helmet size Q64. Fine heavy helmet from the Eastern Front.