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The fez became a part of Turkish military dress because (apwh chapter 25 mutiple choice which I don't have)
The fez, presumably padded, raised up the metal plate an inch or two to provide effective protection from heavy blows. [ The fez could be optionally wrapped with a turban. ]
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