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BAR CABINETS

Why is the Jerry Can known as the can that won the World War II?

Adolf Hitler knew that his weakest point in Blitz Kreig was to supply to armies with anything from water to fuel. So he invented a small can with a brilliant design. A design that is preserved nowadays almost eight years after it was invented.

The allies was fast to duplicate the brilliant design and in 1944 more than 21 millions of Jerry Cans were spread all over Europe. More than 200 factories were manufacturing Jerry Cans for war purpose.

UNISEX CABINETS

A unisex cabinet for any kind of storage of your valuable luxury belongings

A piece of World War II history as an extraordinary decoration in your home.
Why is the Jerry Can known as the can that won the World War II ?
Adolf Hitler knew that his weakest point in Blitz Kreig was to supply to armies with anything from water to fuel. So he invented a small can with a brilliant design. A design that is preserved nowadays almost eight years after it was invented.

The allies was fast to duplicate the brilliant design and in 1944 more than 21 millions of Jerry Cans were spread all over Europe. More than 200 factories were manufacturing Jerry Cans for war purpose.

MADE IN DENMARK

Repurposed designed and handcrafted in Denmark

All of Danish Fuel’s Jerry Cans are handcrafted in Denmark based on the principal og reusing parts of old Jerry Cans and remaking them.

Hence, not two cans are alike; therefore your specific can will be a unique specimen.

Though, there are different kinds of old Jerry Can models originating from different countries. At DDAY in 1944 more than 21 millions of Jerry Cans were spread all over Europe.

During to our research about 1800 different models of Jerry Cans exist.

When ordering one of Danish Fuel’s Jerry Cans the name of the model will appear on the front of the can. The production process of Danish Fuel’s Jerry Cans.