Where Clothing Names Come From 

Balaclava – “a woolen covering for the head and neck, worn especially by soldiers on active service”. This was named after the Crimean village of Balaclava near Sebastopol, the site of the Crimean War battle commonly known as the Battle of Balaclava. 

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