However due to the profusion of Forced Labour available in Poland. They moved their factory to the Polish Ghetto in Lodz in 1941. Renamed Litzmannstadt by the Germans during WW-II. After the famous General Karl Litzmann who captured Lodz.From 1942 & 1943 onwards they. Helmet (Stahlhelm) bands in aluminium (as here) with. The lining material in heavier. Many such liners supplied by. Karl Helsler DR in Berlin. (again, as in this case). The liner band carries the stamping.
On one side, whilst on the other is. Denoting it is for a size 64'New Type' helmet shell with a lining for a size 58 head. A 1943 B & C Litzmannstadt stamping also denotes a.
Helmet lining produced before the. And before all German war-factories' names were hidden. A superb example of a lightly-used & original 1943 helmet liner in Grade A condition. (with just a slight bit of rust/tarnish on the band and sadly minus its original drawstring). That has been removed (for whatever reason) from a period steel helmet at some point.This item is in the category "Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Helmets/ Hats". The seller is "alderneyvintagecollectibles" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.