Partial Dinner Unit type 1

In 1943 the U.

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Category: US rations

Item #916

In 1943 the U.S. Army developed a ration that would feed ten men for one day - the so called 10 in 1 ration. The ration was packed on a "five rations" basis, so that a small group of five man could use it for two days, or alternatively ten men for one day.
This ration provided 3 meals: breakfast and supper were supposed to be consumed on a "group" basis, the components were packed in larger cans/boxes and often required some level of cooking, on the other hand the dinner came in handy prepacked units for individuals like a simplified K Ration (the canned products were separate). This is what we are offering here - the dinner "part" of the 10 in 1 ration. More precisely this is the Partial Dinner Unit of the second generation - introduced in March 1944. Containing 2 packs of biscuits (baked by our confectioner), juice beverage powder (currently only orange powder available), Charms hard candy and a stick of chewing gum.

1 Package.

Price 13.99€

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