A German helmet desigined in ww1, made the wearer nearly invincible
Gets hit dead on by an artillery shell** “I survied because I was wearing a stahlhelm oh yes I did!”
by Stahlhelm August 3, 2019
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The official term for the "German Helmet" or "Nazi Helmet". Stahl is the German word for steel, helm meaning helmet. It's design was based on the medival Sallet helmet. Since WWI, it's had a few different versions:
M16-Came about in 1916
and the M42-1942
German soldiers often wore stahlhelms to protect their heads from shrapnel.
by Thatoneguyisawesome June 27, 2011
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