World War I Doughboy

The term “doughboy” came from a Spanish fried flour dumpling (a predecessor to the doughnut) that American soldiers in World War I came to love.  It is said that the helmet style worn at the time was “reminiscent of the shape” of that dumpling. This original design is extremely authentic, based on extensive research, and is located at the Tomb of the Known Soldier in Rome, Georgia.  There is a miniature version of the WWI Doughboy available.

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