The Germans had facilities that received ammunition from the loading plants and then distributed it to units in the field. They were called Luftmunitionsanstalt (sometimes seen as L-Muna) for the Air Force and Heersmunitionsanstalt (sometimes seen as H.Ma.) for the Army. They would have been the equivalent of U.S. Ammunition Depots.
Some of the 7.9mm ammunition that came from the loading plants was packed in 1500 round, air tight, zinc lined wooden cases (Luftdichture Patronenkasten) which were costly and not very compatible with combat operations. These facilities would inspect, add or remove 5 round chargers and repack the ammunition into either the airtight or the lighter and cheaper Patronenkasten 88 cases.
During these operations the identification (mfg. dates and lot numbers) of the various components (the powder seemed to be especially critical) would be unknown or mixed. A special label would be printed and applied to this ammunition.
There has been a couple very interesting recent threads on German labels and I thought there might be some interest in these Munitionsanstalt labels.
If anyone knows what location Ru. (as in L-Muna Ru.) is the abbreviation for, please let me know.
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