WW2 German helmet - Stahlhelm 3D model
Stahlhelm (plural Stahlhelme) is German for steel helmet. The Imperial German Army began to replace the traditional boiled leather Pickelhaube (spiked combat helmet) with the Stahlhelm during World War I in 1916. The term Stahlhelm refers both to a generic steel helmet, and more specifically to the distinctive (and iconic) German design. The Stahlhelm, with its distinctive coal scuttle shape, was instantly recognizable and became a common element of military propaganda on both sides, just like the Pickelhaube before it. Its name was also used by the Stahlhelm, a paramilitary nationalist organization established at the end of 1918. After the war, the German Bundeswehr continued to call their standard helmet Stahlhelm, but the design was based on the American M1 helmet. The Bundesgrenzschutz, however, continued to use the original German design, until either troop switched to the new M92 Aramid helmet (Source: Wikipedia)
Germat helmet comes with Third Reich insignia. In Textures folder you can find .psd file and you can change insignia if you want something different beacuse every military, naval, and political organization had its own distinctive insignia, which was applied as decals to the sides of helmets.
.max file is prepared for vray render you just have to place hdri map. Textures are created with Substance painter and exported for Vray.