Greeting box

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Category: Food rations

The Führerpaket was a food package that a German soldier received once a year between 1942 and 1944 during World War II, as soon as they got out of the front, crossed the border on home vacation or by those who came home as injured.
The gift box was intended to thank the German soldier from the commander of the "Führer" Adolf Hitler for the war effort of the German soldiers and was intended for the benefit of their relatives.

In 1944, due to lack of space in railway wagons, packages were usually replaced by special coupon cards for food and money, which were issued to the soldier.

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