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British WW2 Anti Gas Glasses Tinted and Clear

British WW2 Anti Gas Glasses Tinted and Clear

Regular price £22.00 GBP
Regular price £35.00 GBP Sale price £22.00 GBP
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The British WW2 Anti Gas Glasses were issued to soldiers during World War II as a protective measure against gas attacks. The glasses came in two variants, one with clear lenses and the other with tinted lenses for use in bright sunlight.

The glasses were designed to protect the eyes from harmful gases that could cause irritation and blindness. They were typically made with frames and hinged sides, allowing the lenses to be folded flat for storage. The glasses were also designed to fit over the soldier's regular glasses or to be worn on their own.

During World War II, gas attacks were a very real threat, and soldiers were required to carry protective gear at all times. The Anti Gas Glasses were an important part of this protective gear, providing soldiers with an extra layer of defense against harmful chemicals.