Updating to 3 80 m33
33 in Italian) is a steel combat helmet designed in the 1930s in Italy, and was the standard combat helmet of the Regio Esercito up to World War II, and of the Esercito Italiano well into the Cold War.
Suspiciously, two previous comments I have placed on all agents have disappeared.The team at Northwood especially Jason Kron, were very supportive in helping us sell our property and move on. This is the first time I have rented out a property and been a landlady and I don't think I would of been able to do it with out the help of Daniel and his team at Northwood.They were professional, consistent and committed to getting our home sold, even when there were hold ups and the process of selling seemed to take longer than anticipated. Everything was so easy, transparent and detailed when it came to dealing with them.I've never met anyone as rude and disrespectful as him all my life. He has single handedly; with a little help from Chloe, guaranteed that I will never use this agency again.I have made formal complaint which magically disappeared, which makes me questions Northwood as a whole.However, it soon became apparent that this was not the case.
From start to finish, there was one problem after anothe...
In 1932 after lengthy trials (with prototypes from many Italian and foreign firms) it was decided to adopt one of them as the M31 helmet.
However this model (recognizable by the small crest on its top) wasn't completely satisfactory, because its cupolar blowhole design wasn't seen as being efficient, and was rather perceived as a structural weakness.
I am over the moon we achieved such a high price and the sale went as smoothly as possible.
Please be assured if you need anything in the future do not hesitate to contact the team. My house purchase and sale was not a straightforward process but Northwood worked really hard to make it happen and nothing was too much trouble. Thank you for the amazing feedback Emma, I really appreciate it!
I recently renewed my lettings agreement with Daniel Harris at Northwood.