The term Pickelhaube comes from the German. It means a helmet with point on the top. It is really a spiked helmet. It was worn in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries by Prussian military, later also by firefighters, and police – not only in Germany, but also in other countries. Although it is typically associated with the Prussian army, the helmet was widely imitated by other armies during this period.

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