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Article about: Hello, I have this filter, clearly its German and WW2, but why is it red? is it for training? With thanks, Doug

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    Hello, I have this filter, clearly its German (Austrian address) and WW2, but why is it red? is it for training? Its is exactly like a normal filter except for the colour and label. With thanks, Doug
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    Any help appreciated.

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    Non-military? Chemical laboratory filter?
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    Brandgasen = fire gases, perhaps for firemen ? So, red color....IMO
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    Thanks very much.

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