Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Original WW II M-35 German Luftwaffe (Air Force ) Helmet

In Military and Wartime > Military Helmets > Show & Tell and Military and Wartime > World War Two > Show & Tell.
World War Two1292 of 1389WW II Japanese Officer's Swagger StickWW II Japanese Gas Mask and Carrying Bag
Love it
Like it

battlegearbattlegear loves this.
vanskyock24vanskyock24 loves this.
VikingFan82VikingFan82 loves this.
DriewerDriewer loves this.
JamesJames loves this.
See 3 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.

Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate

Posted 7 years ago


(350 items)

The M-35 helmet was the standard issue helmet at the outbreak of the war. This helmet is the Luftwaffe version being painted a light blue grey. The helmet is double decaled, having the national colors on one side, and the Luftwaffe flying eagle on the the other side. Both decals were placed just below the vent holes. By 1941 it was ordered that all soldiers scratch off the national colors because it made a good target. Not all troops followed this order, so it is rare to find a double decal helmet. This helmet is camoflagued in the Normandy pattern in colors of green and tans. The helmet has the original liner and chinstrap, and has the soldier's name painted in the dome and also on the side apron of the helmet in white paint. This helmet was issued to a soldier of the 26th flak regiment, for it is stamped into the chinstrap.


  1. Driewer Driewer, 7 years ago
    Where do you keep getting these?? :o These are awesome! I need one in my collection!
  2. stepback_antiques stepback_antiques, 7 years ago
    Driewer, I started collecting militaria in the mid 1970's, when prices were dirt cheap. You could always find a helmet at a pawn shop or thrift store back then for about $25.00. That would be impossible today. I sometimes find them at antique stores or malls and they want $400.00 for a piece of junk.

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.