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The ‘EOB’ armour was designed by the Munitions Inventions Board, worn with a protective collar, made of layers of compressed silk padded within canvas. Weighing in at 9 ½ pounds, the system would stop pistol rounds, shrapnel and grenades.”    - Imperial War Museum

The ‘EOB’ armour was designed by the Munitions Inventions Board, worn with a protective collar, made of layers of compressed silk padded within canvas. Weighing in at 9 ½ pounds, the system would stop pistol rounds, shrapnel and grenades.” - Imperial War Museum

1917: British Body Armour	  “The ‘EOB’ armour was designed by the Munitions Inventions Board, worn with a protective collar, made of layers of compressed silk padded within canvas. Weighing in at 9 ½ pounds, the system would stop pistol rounds, shrapnel and grenades.”

1917: British Body Armour “The ‘EOB’ armour was designed by the Munitions Inventions Board, worn with a protective collar, made of layers of compressed silk padded within canvas. Weighing in at 9 ½ pounds, the system would stop pistol rounds, shrapnel and grenades.”

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Body Armour,  EOB Type: British (rigid hard variety) Front, back & abdomen plates. A three-piece set of body armour comprising metal plates sandwiched between tan coloured canvas with leather straps and buckles that permit the front and rear plates to be secured to upper body. To the reverse of the front plate is buckled a single lower abdomen protective plate.

Body Armour, EOB Type: British (rigid hard variety) Front, back & abdomen plates. A three-piece set of body armour comprising metal plates sandwiched between tan coloured canvas with leather straps and buckles that permit the front and rear plates to be secured to upper body. To the reverse of the front plate is buckled a single lower abdomen protective plate.

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