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British WWI Soldier's Helmet from the Battle of the Somme River
Helmet

Origin

WWI British Soldier/ Battle of the Somme River

Type

Military Helmet

Effects

Radiates extreme feelings of terror, sadness and fear

Downsides

Effects

Activation

Proximity

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Sun Tzu-28D

Aisle

28D-03A

Shelf

684438-5209-418

Date of Collection

June 23, 1917

[Source]


OriginEdit

On July 1st, 1916, the British implemented their famed European Slow March, a plan to approach the onfacing German army not in a typical frenzied dash across no-man's land, but in a 'slow and steady' march that was intended to make it harder to be hit and to inspire intimidation. However, the idea fell apart when put in practice, resulting in the death of nearly 20,000 British soldiers.

EffectsEdit

The helmet absorbed that terror, and the feelings it radiates are so cold, so saddening, and so scary that it has been given a permanent place in a tank of neutralizing fluid. Warehouse Associate Leena *CLASSIFIED* is known to tear up whenever the artifact is brought up.

Agents have noted that despite the field around it supressing the effects, there is still a sense of great unease. Sounds of a war raid cn be heard sometimes.

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