who can identify these goggles

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  1. tiptop

    tiptop New Member

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    Trying to identify a plane fall end of italy 1943 between Rome and Naples
    Single Engine fighte plane
    I m trying to identify each piece I have
    and I found these goggles, they don't really look like amercan crew but i have not seen all types

    Other pictures would be appreciate for comparison
     

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    I am not an expert but that almost looks like old gas mask lenses.
     
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    Hi,

    they could be part of an old gas mask.. they sure look like it to me, with the rubberised material and the well sealed round glass lenses,

    cheers,

    -John
     
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    Merci Celerité

    It must be from 14-18 and not from 39-45
    If founded it as I was searching piece of WWII plane in Italy between Rome and Naples

    It must belong to the father of my granfather who participate to this war and not to the pilot I m searching.

    You are well documented !! Thanks
    Where can I find a website for identifying a V12 camshaft, may be from an ALLISON V 1710 but I couldn't find open vues ?

    MERCI/THANKS for helping
     

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    hello,
    this is jsut the upper section of a german WWII Wehrmacht gasmask, no flight goggles. best regards Fred
     
  7. Roberto64

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    Where did you found the camshaft? May be Cassino area?
    Why you think it's an allison part? There were many 12 cylinders flying over tthere....
    Ciao
     
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