große Feldküche (Hf. 11 & Hf. 13)






The design of the große Feldküche – large field kitchen – (Hf. 11) originated from World War I. Already in the 1920s, several modifications were announced in the Heeres-Verordnungsblatt. In 1935, it was replaced by the improved große Feldküche (Hf. 13) (A.H.M. 1935, Blatt 9, 12th April 1935).






Grosse Feldküche, angespannt, Hoppe



A Vorderwagen – anterior wagon – belonged to the große Feldküche. A stock of ingredients was stored in the Vorderwagen. The carriage body of the Vorderwagen was made of wood in the case of the Hf. 11 and of sheet steel in the case of the Hf. 13.









The feed boiler with a volume of 200 litres was arranged in the centre. The coffee boiler had a volume of 90 litres. It was arranged on the left side and had two lids. The two storage compartments on the right side of the Hf. 11 (hatches opened to each other) were replaced with a roasting and stewing unit in the case of the Hf. 13 (hatches opened in direction to the feed boiler).






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