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Eye Protection in WW1

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Eye protection innovation in 1918. Chain screens affixed to a steel helmet of a WWI soldier. Designed to protect the eyes from fragments of shell, rock, etc. It was manufactured by E. J. Codd Co., Baltimore, Md. Ca. 1918.
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