Front line rations (Infanterieverband)
Reproduction of a package of sweet rations most often issued to soldiers in the front lines. It served as a stick for the soldier before the more difficult operation. It was to ensure an increase in calorie intake during the event and to raise morale. It was also given to soldiers who were to undergo extremely difficult duties (mountaineering, long marches or cold weather activities).
The content of individual rations changed during World War II on the basis of available food.
The Frontkämpfer package included:
- Frontkämpfer box
- Milk buiscuit
- Deli bonbons
- Fruit bar (Felsche)
- Book matches
- Cigarettes (Eckstein)
It is possible to pack modern sweets and cigarettes, which are suitable for completing the historical look of a reenactment event.
- EMPTY- only labels/box