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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by uncle » 10 Aug 2017 16:54

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Sturm78 » 25 Aug 2017 20:07

Hi all,

Can somebody identify this kitchen ??

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Maxschnauzer » 25 Aug 2017 23:28

Hi Sturm.
It looks similar to this one which I have as a "Russian infantry-artillery field kitchen".
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Sturm78 » 26 Aug 2017 19:50

Max wrote
It looks similar to this one which I have as a "Russian infantry-artillery field kitchen".
Thanks, Max. I think you are right

Here, another image from Ebay. Could somebody identify the kitchens in the background ?

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Tosun Saral » 02 Sep 2017 12:49

Die Muskete, 17.5.1917
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by uncle » 11 Sep 2017 13:28

Hi all.
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Sturm78 » 12 Sep 2017 21:51

Hi all,

Nobody for my image posted on 26 Aug 2017 ??

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Maxschnauzer » 12 Sep 2017 23:33

Sturm78 wrote:Hi all,

Nobody for my image posted on 26 Aug 2017 ??

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Hi Sturm,
I'm pretty sure it is the Russian field kitchen I posted before only mounted on a sledge. Perhaps someone can translate the caption of this drawing (which I think I got from Bert):
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If you are referring instead to the 27 Aug pic (I am in time zone GMT+8), I came up empty except for another unidentified pic of this type:
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by ilfil » 13 Sep 2017 14:54

Maxschnauzer wrote: I'm pretty sure it is the Russian field kitchen I posted before only mounted on a sledge. Perhaps someone can translate the caption of this drawing (which I think I got from Bert)
No problems, Max. It says "Field kitchen of infantry/artillery type".
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Sturm78 » 13 Sep 2017 18:07

Max wrote
If you are referring instead to the 27 Aug pic (I am in time zone GMT+8), I came up empty except for another unidentified pic of this type:
Yes, Max. I was referring to that image (26-27 Aug)

Maybe another member of the forum can help us with these kitchens...

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by SIS 5 » 13 Sep 2017 22:26

Hi Sturm 78, hi Max,

interesting question, to which I am paying attention a long time. Here my assumption: it could be a Magirus field kitchen. Here a pic of this type of field kitchen mounted on a Magirus M 10 light truck. Up to now I could not find any information about this type of field kitchen.

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Maxschnauzer » 13 Sep 2017 22:57

ilfil wrote:
Maxschnauzer wrote: I'm pretty sure it is the Russian field kitchen I posted before only mounted on a sledge. Perhaps someone can translate the caption of this drawing (which I think I got from Bert)
No problems, Max. It says "Field kitchen of infantry/artillery type".
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Thank you, ilfil!
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Maxschnauzer » 13 Sep 2017 23:01

SIS 5 wrote:Hi Sturm 78, hi Max,

interesting question, to which I am paying attention a long time. Here my assumption: it could be a Magirus field kitchen. Here a pic of this type of field kitchen mounted on a Magirus M 10 light truck. Up to now I could not find any information about this type of field kitchen.

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Hello Bert,
Yes, That certainly looks the part. The wheels and mudguards with the brackets on top are definitelt a match. Thanks for posting that fantastic photo. Holger has one from a different angle which is difficult to ID the kitchen: http://www.kfzderwehrmacht.de/Homepage_ ... _m_10.html
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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by SIS 5 » 14 Sep 2017 16:49

Hi Max,

finally I could find more information about this field kitchen. Here another pic of this small truck Magirus M 10 with the special field kitchen. Here the text to the pic: "Feldküche auf M 10 von 1934 mit 200 l fassendem Speisekessel und einem 70 l - Kaffeekessel" (field kitchen on M 10 from 1934 with a pot of 200 litres for meals and a pot of 70 litres for coffee). Source of the pic: "Das Lastwagen-Album Magirus" by Bernd Regenberg.
In front of the truck is a board with text to this field kitchen. But I can only read the first two words ""Magirus Feldküche" and a word down on the right "Typ", but I cannot discern the letters and numbers of this type.

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Re: ► Photothread: Field Kitchens in Context

Post by Maxschnauzer » 14 Sep 2017 23:21

SIS 5 wrote:Hi Max,

finally I could find more information about this field kitchen. Here another pic of this small truck Magirus M 10 with the special field kitchen. Here the text to the pic: "Feldküche auf M 10 von 1934 mit 200 l fassendem Speisekessel und einem 70 l - Kaffeekessel" (field kitchen on M 10 from 1934 with a pot of 200 litres for meals and a pot of 70 litres for coffee). Source of the pic: "Das Lastwagen-Album Magirus" by Bernd Regenberg.
In front of the truck is a board with text to this field kitchen. But I can only read the first two words ""Magirus Feldküche" and a word down on the right "Typ", but I cannot discern the letters and numbers of this type.

Best regards

Bert
Hello Bert,
Thanks for your research in providing this fascinating information. I'm wondering whether the stoves themselves were fabricated by Magirus or by an outside source and adapted to the M 10 although I assume Magirus manufactured the undercarraige (at least) for the anhanger in Sturm's photo.
Cheers,
Max

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