rack roasted meats, fish, pâtés made of various meats, lard and veg, rice and lots of different beans, usually just mixed together into a more-or-less edible stew. luckily enough, with these rations comes (if at all possible) a serving of 'pinard', the cheap wine issued to all French forces, the British troops get something similar to this, called vin blanc.
The Battle of Shiloh.
i really dont know prob stew that's what it said on some other website
you had to be 18-41 to be in world war 1 so about 23 on average.
the average age for a soldier in world war 1 is 25- 100 years
KFC didn't exist then.
Lucky Strike cigarettes and Mars bars!
The average rank of a ww2 war correspondent was that of a journalist. The war zone was noted and relayed by the correspondent in ways that were necessary.
World War I was not blamed on World War II because World War I happened first. Rather, World War II was blamed on World War I, because WWI destroyed the German economy and made Hitler's message of national unity and triumph attractive to the average German.
It was a meal that only required you to use the oven once. This saved gas and helped the war effort.
20-27 -Jaxon Pick
no there is not
According to General William C. Westmoreland; the average age of a American World War II soldier was 26 years.
there was time to cook a quick meal if you wonted to by chloe simmonds
Tinned food in World War 2 consisted of canned meat, fish, stews, soups, vegetables, and fruit. The troops received some of the canned products in their meal rations.
16 - 18
Aided to wounded soldiers and offered one meal and one night of shelter
The average is 23, now the youngests were 17, and oldests 40.