Hat sizes are determined by measuring the circumference of a person's head about 1 centimetre ( 1 ⁄ 2 in) above the ears. Inches or centimeters may be used depending on the manufacturer. Felt hats can be stretched for a custom fit. Some hats, like hard hats and baseball caps , are adjustable. Cheaper hats come in "standard sizes", such as small, medium, large, extra large: the mapping of measured size to the various "standard sizes" varies from maker to maker and style to style, as can be seen by studying various catalogues, such as Hammacher Schlemmer . 
Construction and SR
Germany spent 15 BRPs to take an offensive in the west, so it spends 60 BRPs to build a lot of men. The pictures below show what it looks like. One thing you might be wondering, why build those German infantry near the Hungarian border? Well, Rokeater will have to tell you what he was thinking. But, my guess is he didn’t want France to declare war on Hungary and defeat Hungary. If he didn’t have those infantry there I would have killed Hungary. Plus, I think he knows that next turn I was going to be able to isolate a bunch of his men again. So, having those infantry near Hungary allow them (on his turn) to move NW and open gaps in my line of French controlled hexes. In other words, he protects Hungary and makes sure that when he goes next I won’t be able to cut off his whole army. Germany ended with 0 BRPs.
Hi Rafael, thanks for your comment! It is definitely a colder time of year to visit, but I still think it’s a great choice. You’ll need to layer up with lots of clothes, and have gloves, a scarf and hat too. Good shoes or boots are important so your feet are warm! In Budapest for example, all of the baths are amazing, as well as visiting the Buda side for great views over the Danube and the city. I loved trying out the different ruins bars too. I’ll be posting more on some of these closer to the winter, since that’s when I did most of my travel there, so stay tuned :).