BACKGROUND: Accurate intelligence and secure lines of communication are crucial elements to all armies in the field and during WWII each division in the German Army had an integral Signals unit. The Signals unit were usually of Battalion strength and generally consisted of a Headquarters Company, a Radio Company and a Telephone Company. The Signals personnel utilized a wide variety of radio receivers, field telephones and associated communications equipment in all theaters of operation. A common piece of field communications equipment was a wide assortment of headsets and microphones that were utilized on numerous assorted radio receivers and field telephones. One of the typical pieces of communications equipment was the dual, throat, (larynx), microphone set which came in a variety of slightly different models for use with specific communications equipment. 

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: The set consists of dual molded brown and black bakelite construction microphones attached by a black leather wrapped, non-adjustable, magnetic sheet metal "neck set". The bottom edge of both of the microphones have an attached, electrical, connection cord, with fabric covering which runs to a molded black bakelite, activation control switch housing. Marked "L38133". The microphone attaches to a single, rubber molded ear piece with a webbed strap. The metal plate of the ear piece is marked "L38116", "cec" and a 1943 date, while the rubber is marked "L38117".

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