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* According to Josh Sawyer, the helmets "likely would have used metal with cloth over the top, which was fairly common in the 20th century."<ref>[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k0L4CVGwFklb5svPdP6ifpGa1_27VIC5/view?usp=sharing Joshua Sawyer on trooper helmet]</ref> They are most likely made en masse out of melted down scrap metal, and pressed into shape.
 
* According to Josh Sawyer, the helmets "likely would have used metal with cloth over the top, which was fairly common in the 20th century."<ref>[https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k0L4CVGwFklb5svPdP6ifpGa1_27VIC5/view?usp=sharing Joshua Sawyer on trooper helmet]</ref> They are most likely made en masse out of melted down scrap metal, and pressed into shape.
   
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* The helmet appears to be influenced by both the Brodie helmet, as used by most Americans and British commonwealths in World War 1, and wide-brimmed pith helmets, used before, during, and after the same time period.
 
* The helmet appears to be influenced by both the Brodie helmet, as used by most Americans and British commonwealths in World War 1, and wide-brimmed pith helmets, used before, during, and after the same time period.
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