Polish Model 21 Helmet

  • World War II
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

The principle Helmet issue of The Polish Army in 1931, The Helm wz 31 was a replacement for The World War I Adrian Helmet. Over 370,000 models were made between 1931 and 1939. Designed of a single piece of molded steel, it featured a small brim crimp. As an unusual method of "style", Polish Officers would wear the wz 31 backwards, to differentiate them from Enlisted men. The wz 31 featured ano all leather, adjustable liner. They were painted in a variety of colors. It was the last Army issue Helmet present at Invasion of Poland by German Forces in 1939.