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    Hello all!

    As i have mentioned before i'm working at a Telekommunications Museum here in Greece!
    My current task is to write codes on every exhibit of the museum so i can touch and examine every single item of the museum!
    Today was the day of the Military phones! These are big and massive items so they demanded a day on their own!
    I found that phone that looks like a bunker phone to me ( the museum says it is a coal-mine's phone but i disagree)...
    It was made by Siemens on 1940 and as far as i can see there are two eagles stamped on different locations...
    As you can imagine i was delighted to find such an item in a Technological Museum! I spent a couple of hours just searching, cleaning and looking at it!

    Here are the pictures for you guys!!

    (that thing was extra super hyper heavy)
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    This is a tough one to track down. A good source is wasser.de/telefon. They have a lot of info about German phones. I don't have info on this type but it appears to be one of a series identified as Fg. NH

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    Hi yes its a bunker phone and looks to be in very good condition

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    saw the remains of these in a German bunker years ago.

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    Nice phone. You are likely the first to see the
    inside since it was made. The internal bits
    are in mint condition.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Very nice - and a lot safer from hackers than these new fangled things! !
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    Agree nice phone nicely marked. timothy

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    Very nice phone indeed!! But i would prefer to see it in my war room that the apotheque of the museum without it having the proper publicity!!

    I should go to hell for saying that but i catch a fever everytime i see a ww2 item away from it's ww2 family...
    I was amazed from it's internal condition too!!!

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    I can imagine the sqawk that went over that baby. Very Cool! Thanks for posting!

    Quote by LizardKing View Post
    Hello all!

    As i have mentioned before i'm working at a Telekommunications Museum here in Greece!
    My current task is to write codes on every exhibit of the museum so i can touch and examine every single item of the museum!
    Today was the day of the Military phones! These are big and massive items so they demanded a day on their own!
    I found that phone that looks like a bunker phone to me ( the museum says it is a coal-mine's phone but i disagree)...
    It was made by Siemens on 1940 and as far as i can see there are two eagles stamped on different locations...
    As you can imagine i was delighted to find such an item in a Technological Museum! I spent a couple of hours just searching, cleaning and looking at it!

    Here are the pictures for you guys!!

    (that thing was extra super hyper heavy)


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    Same generator as the FF33 it seems!


    German bunker phone!!!

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