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    Romanian/Cz food container

    A friend found this in Russia and is asking me to post it to find out more details. As the markings show it is from CZ, but was apparently used by the Romanian army as well.
    My friend would like to know what the threaded bolts are for? Is there another piece that was supposed to attach there?

    Thanks for any help

    JL
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    Autopsy of a Battle, the War in Southern France: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZrhUoRdsAQ

    #2
    No ideas about this?

    JL
    Autopsy of a Battle, the War in Southern France: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZrhUoRdsAQ

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      #3
      No Rumanian or Czech collectors who can help out with this?

      JL
      Autopsy of a Battle, the War in Southern France: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZrhUoRdsAQ

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        #4
        Throwing wild guess,,,,,. Lugs for electricity for heat inside? Lugs for connected solid to carrier?

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          #5
          Originally posted by Jean-Loup View Post
          No Rumanian or Czech collectors who can help out with this?

          JL
          I think its from field kitchen. Stamp mean "Clean Nickel", maker and year of made.

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            #6
            Field kitchen part.
            Still looking for LARGE SIZE M43 gabardine jacket and m43 gabardine cap ... maybe some day I will find it best regards Marcin

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              #7
              Agree that it is part of a field kitchen, made of pure nickel in 1937 for the Czechoslovakian Army. Here is a link showing some Czechoslovakian field kitchens and equipment. Yours was probably part of a mobile field kitchen, though by the last photo on the page it looks like it could be removed from the field kitchen and placed in a box to be moved to the front.
              Dale

              http://www.vhu.cz/ohne-mampf-kein-kampf/
              I am searching for medals and badges from Gablonz makers.

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                #8
                Thanks for this information guys.

                JL
                Autopsy of a Battle, the War in Southern France: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZrhUoRdsAQ

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