Original U.S. WWII Army 10-in-1 Ration Cardboard Crate Dated June 1944

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. One type of ration that was issued to U.S. Service Members in the field during World War Two was the 10 in 1 Ration. This ration was broken up between four smaller boxes, with the intention of feeding 10 Service Members for one day. Contents may be eaten hot or cold. Each master box contained four smaller boxes marked: HALF OF 5 RATIONS, and contained half of the rations to be combined to feed 5 Service Members. Five different menus were produced during WWII.

This example of the 10 in 1 consist only of the outer cardboard crate. It was manufactured by General Foods Corp and is dated 6 - 44 (June, 1944). The box measures: 21" x 15" x 7"
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