Genuine WWII British Royal Marines MkII helmet in very nice condition. The helmet is painted in grey color "Royal Navy" color, with a red anchor painted on front. The liner is well marked and dated 1943 in size 7.
The name and the ASN is written on the strap.
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During the WWII, a small party of Royal Marines were first ashore at Namsos in April 1940, seizing the approaches to the Norwegian town preparatory to a landing by the British Army two days later. The Royal Marines formed one Commando (A Commando) which served at Dieppe.The support troops became landing craft crew and saw extensive action on D-Day in June 1944.
A total of four Special Service Brigades (later Commando brigade) were raised during the war, and Royal Marines were represented in all of them. A total of nine RM Commandos (Battalions) were raised during the war, numbered from 40 to 48.
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