German steel helmet in sandy camouflage from World War II

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Paintcad collection "Great Patriotic War and 70 years of the Victory over Nazism".
Vector illustration of Nazi helmet model M35 painted in sand color. It was used by the soldiers of the Third Reich involved in the African campaign during Second War II. The German expeditionary force in North Africa was formed shortly after new year on 1941 and existed until 1943. The German troops were commanded by Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and one of best generals of Hitler. The battle was fought between the Allies (British Commonwealth) and Axis (Italy and Germany) powers.  On the side of the main warring countries involved many Africans, Indians and foreign legions. The illustration shows the logo of DAK (from German language Deutsches Afrika Korps) palm tree with swastika and insignia decals of Wehrmacht on both sides of helmet- imperial flag and eagle. Computer-created artwork with scratches and rust on the metal surfaces of the objects.

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Paintcad collection "Great Patriotic War and 70 years of the Victory over Nazism". Vector illustration of Nazi helmet model M35 painted in sand color. It was used by the soldiers of the Third Reich involved in the African campaign during Second War II. The German expeditionary force in North Africa was formed shortly after new year on 1941 and existed until 1943. The German troops were commanded by Field Marshal Erwin Rommel and one of best generals of Hitler. The battle was fought between the Allies (British Commonwealth) and Axis (Italy and Germany) powers. On the side of the main warring countries involved many Africans, Indians and foreign legions. The illustration shows the logo of DAK (from German language Deutsches Afrika Korps) palm tree with swastika and insignia decals of Wehrmacht on both sides of helmet- imperial flag and eagle. Computer-created artwork with scratches and rust on the metal surfaces of the objects.