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Kanisters of the Wehrmacht

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    Early 'X' Pattern, Eastern front pattern Wasserkanister and wasserkanister. Fill 'em up lads!
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    Very nice I have one of the early X Kanisters myself.

    Martin

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    Thanks Martin. Do you have any images of your kanister?

    Cheers,

    Carl
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    I,ll take some and load them up shortly.

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    Hi,

    If you want more informations of german kanister, here is an excellent link :jerrycan
    Rrgards.
    Carfin.

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    Quote by Carfin LEWYS View Post
    Hi,

    If you want more informations of german kanister, here is an excellent link :jerrycan
    Rrgards.
    Carfin.
    Hi Carfin,

    I know this link, and it is superb. Really informative. Another great source of information, especially for photographic reference, can be found if you search for Kraftstoff Behalter.

    Cheers!

    Carl

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    Hi Carl
    This is the Three Kanisters I have, the early X can needs to have its paint removed as previous owner made a mess of it.

    Martin
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    Nice cans Martin, thanks for sharing those images with us.

    You probably know what they are, but for those who do not, here is a list of the cans shown above...

    First, is an AMBI-BUDD Presswerk of Berlin manufactured 20L Wasserkanister. AMBI-BUDD manufactured water cans from 1940-43.

    The next piece is an 'X' pattern early model fuel can, made by Nowack Bautzen.

    Finally, the standard pattern fuel can is probably a Fischer, the marking isn't so clear as to be able to confirm it but it appears to be so. They changed their stamp marking in 1944 to a simple 'ebn', however, as this piece was manufactured during 1942, the badge shown would be present.

    Regards,

    Carl
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    Thanks Carl for supplying that extra information.

    Martin

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    I love those cans! Thanks for showing. Nice in-field photo Carl.

    Jay

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