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FmW 35 Flammenwerfer ?

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    Found this tank, looks to me as a Flammenwerfer 34/35. The tank was on the fire, and due of that hard rusted trough. The above part is totally lost and separate from the tank itself, I've place it together, but it doesen't look great. The tank was found on the surface ground and probably the parts is somewhere on that place. But I'am sure that this is flamethrower- just the question is FmW 35 or not ? Or I'am mistake at all?

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    Hello Dimas.
    I do not think that the shown tank is for the early German flamethrower.
    I just got hold of a original combined oil and nitrogen tank for this Leichter Flammenwerfer. It does not look like the same tank. Here are pictures:



















    Here is the Typenschild, or the Label:












    Greetings
    Björn

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