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Original WW2 British "Hurlock " field cooker.

Original WW2 British "Hurlock " field cooker.

Regular price £145.00 GBP
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The "Hurlock" field cooker was a portable stove used by the British military during World War II. It was designed to provide a means of cooking food and boiling water in the field and was used extensively by soldiers during the war.

An original WW2 British military "Hurlock" field cooker would be a fascinating artifact for collectors of military memorabilia, historians of the war, or those interested in the history of cooking and food preparation in the field. It would be a tangible link to the experiences of soldiers in the war and could provide insights into the challenges and conditions faced by those who relied on the stove.

However, it is important to note that an original WW2 "Hurlock" field cooker may not be safe or practical for use in modern times. The stove is over 80 years old and may not function properly.