H034988 F33 FIELD TELEPHONE HANDSET & PLUG. (Feldfernsprecher 33 Hörer und Stecker)
BACKGROUND: Accurate intelligence and secure lines of communication are crucial elements to all armies in the field and during WWII each division in the German Army had an integral Signals unit. The Signals unit were usually of Battalion strength and generally consisted of a Headquarters Company, a Radio Company and a Telephone Company. The Signals personnel utilized a wide variety of radio receivers, field telephones and associated communications equipment in all theaters of operation. The Feldfernsprecher 33, (Field Telephone 33), was the standard issue field telephone used by the German military during WWII. The induction magneto F33 field telephone was powered by a 1.5 volt dry cell battery and could be used as a wire communication set and a remote communication set in conjunction with the Tornister Funkgerät d2, and the Tornister Funkgerät b1 and F, (Portable Radio sets models d2, b1 and F). One of the basic components of the F33 field telephone was the handset.
PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Nice complete example. Maker marked and dated for 1941.
GRADE **** PRICE $89.00
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