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#26 14-12-2016 06:21:08

Rebbaron55
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Thanks Mark for the added color! I knew that these items had to show up in Africa but they don't show up much in photos! Great to hear that you have one with African provinance! cool Barron

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#27 15-12-2016 00:36:29

NZMark
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

No problem!
The gentleman who brought back the water-proof tropical pack with attached green-webbed Y straps which I have filled it with useful goodies such as cookers. A friend has a Jewel33 which came out of it. Good for deerstalkers. These lads thought ahead.
Mark.


Student & Collector of WWII German Tropical Militaria

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#28 15-12-2016 07:50:26

Rebbaron55
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Awesome! big_smile Great to hear about the Jewel 33 too!  Barron

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#29 15-12-2016 16:02:53

RRA227
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From: Hokendauqua.Pa. U.S.A.
Registered: 23-06-2011
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Nice stuff. Rich A. in Pa.


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#30 04-08-2018 23:39:22

Rebbaron55
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Here is another item that picked up recently that should fit in this category.    Barron

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180426_123402_zpsqcfxphpx.jpg,

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180426_123249203_zpsblsoxwex.jpg,

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180801_123204A_zps91b4blol.jpg,

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180801_123249B_zpsvctugmay.jpg,

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180801_123112A_zpsvw1feo8q.jpg,

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180801_123134A_zpsgpytbpyp.jpg,

http://i288.photobucket.com/albums/ll193/barronreb/German%20field%20Gear/Field%20Heater/20180801_123302A_zpszsxzbct1.jpg

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#31 05-08-2018 00:51:50

RRA227
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Neat! Never seen one. Rich A. in Pa.


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#32 05-08-2018 03:21:49

msteve21
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From: Australia
Registered: 05-12-2011
Posts: 507

Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Neat! Never seen one. Rich A. in Pa.

Agree with Rich, great find
Msteve


Collector of DAK & Panzer Militia
Great Southern Land

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#33 05-08-2018 04:29:39

Markus
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From: Australia
Registered: 24-10-2014
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Hi Barron, from what I've been able to find there were two main variations of German small heaters and stoves - the Juwel 33
and the "standard vehicle heater".

Yours appears to be the standard vehicle heater, which was used to keep the oil in vehicles liquid in extremely cold situations
or to heat confined spaces like bunkers and shelters.

The markings in German say no gasoline or fuel containing gasoline so I'm not too sure what this runs on, diesel or some
other type of fuel?

Regards Markus.

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#34 05-08-2018 05:59:29

Rebbaron55
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Re: German Tropical Lamps and accessories.

Thank you Markus! Very interesting! It had been advertised as a bunker heater.    Barron

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