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December 10, 2004



The stoves also ran on alcohol. My dad carried one with him into Bastogne. He said the only problem they had was they had a tendency to blow up. As evidence of this we have a picture where he is wearing a glove on one hand after his own stove blew up. It was odd but every camp stove and lantern we ever purchased was a Coleman and he compared every stove to that one in Bastogne. A testament to a great stove.


Where can I find parts for world war 2 pocket stove. Is there a repitable person who can repair one of these stoves, Any help thanks.C.E.Garrison.

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