FuzzyBunnyI have a fez at home (bought it in Morocco). It's my WAR FEZ, and I wear it while playing FH. I find myself so much more believably menacing when wearing the WAR FEZ.
that is so cool becasue i have a real fez also:smokin::lol::lol: you are not alone:lol::lol: also 2 more pictures
Dr.FritzThose Fez's are the headgear of the 13th SS 'Handschar' Divsion, consisting of Bosnian, and Slav volunteers. I love those fez's and seeing them in FH would be great! Here's a recruting poster: And pictures:
great pictures Fritz;)
'[130pz.Kading']its true that many soldiers did not just wear the standard helmet or wool cap. most Indian troops fighting in the British army opted to keep their turbans rather then use helmets.
Only the Sikhs wore turbans
'[130pz.Kading']oh you gotta post a pic of your 1337 pwnage while you are wearing the WAR FEZ.
Alas, the WAR FEZ is in the care of a good friend while I am in South America. I do not have a proper WAR HAT here; I didn't even take my dad's officer beret along. There's no really distinctive local WAR compatible headgear here; the best I can do is a WAR PANAMA HAT and that somehow doesn't strike me as very threatening.
The WAR FEZ does have a pretty interesting story though -- I bought it from the brother or cousin or whatever of the local Moroccan train General (at least I'm assuming that's what he was, as he worked for the state railroad in Tangier and had a fancy uniform and four-star epaulettes) who decided to adopt us and take us shopping. Note to budget travelers: Tangier sucks.
If I can dig it up, I will gladly show you a picture of me with long hair in college, very drunk, holding a WAR CAT in the air.
Now back to your regularly scheduled Fez programming.