Military History

Trench Art

was visiting my parents recently and came across this match striker box my grandfather (born in 1900, in Kobe, Japan) picked up around 1920 when he visited China. I have discovered it was very common for soldiers to create trench art. I met a veteran who suggested I subscribe to a military history magazine that might be able to give me a bit more information about the box. I chose

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