Shrubbery Camouflages Helmet (Oct, 1939)
What helmet? All I see is shrubs. With binoculars.
Shrubbery Camouflages Helmet
Shrub branches sprouting from soldiers’ helmets are a form of camouflage now being generally used in wartime to help hide officers and troops from enemy snipers. To facilitate the attachment of this camouflage shrubbery, the steel helmets of British troops are being covered with burlap, or other rough cloth, that is applied in folds to hold shrub stems in place, as shown in the illustration above.