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Japanese Armor

Japan was the homeland of samurai, warrior cast that used elaborate armors made in very specific way. Here you can learn more about history of Japan, and the many forms of “Dō” armor they used between 4th and 19th century.

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History of Body Armor

Body armors played completely integral role in the entire pre-gunpowder history of warfare. It’s presence on the battlefield was as commonplace as helmets of shields, and even after arrival of gunfire combat modern scientists and inventor devised new techniques and accessed new materials that can stop bullets.

History of Plate Armor

Plate armor is one some of the most popular and influential armor type ever created. It was extensively used from the time it was first created around 3500 years ago in the Bronze Age to the 19th century when gunpowder warfare sounded the end of the era of metal armors.

History of Shield

Hand shields are some of the most important and earliest protection armor gear ever created, with rich history of innovation, advancement, use of modern materials and widespread use in many fields of combat and law enforcement.