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    OK, I'm both curious and uninformed. Who's this character with what looks (to silly me) like a Yank hat, "Montana peak" style?
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    BAR, I did mention the good old days ... 100 years ago things were decidedly different; static trench warfare certainly lent itself to such. Note the hobnails in the boots, looks like web slings unchanged almost to tdoay, some more resting left middle background.

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    "...a Yank hat..." Troopies in the trenches wore whatever was easy to come by. Something about there being a war on. snicker. That hat is too high to be an American campaign hat.
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    Forgive me if I'm saying something really stupid, but couldn't it be a Kiwi 'Lemon Squeezer' hat?
    I just checked a picture on the New Zealandicon army museum web site & it ain't a million miles away from the example shown there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Payneicon View Post
    Forgive me if I'm saying something really stupid, but couldn't it be a Kiwi 'Lemon Squeezer' hat?
    Beat me to it Roger. My money is on the NZicon 'Lemon Squeezer'.

    https://www.armymuseum.co.nz/kiwis-a...-squeezer-hat/


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