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Replica WW1 'mess tins'

(This is in the WW1 box)

Can you answer the questions below by spinning this image and using the extra pictures?

Extra information and pictures

mess tins from our WW1 soldier's pack for hire to primary schools

Questions

1. How many pans are in this set?

 

2. What does the word ‘mess’ mean in the army?

 

3. Why do you think it was important for soldiers to eat together and share food?

Answers down here - no peeking until you're ready!

1. How many pans are in this set?

 

ANSWER: Three

 

2. What does the word ‘mess’ mean in the army?

 

ANSWER: food

 

3. Why do you think it was important for soldiers to eat together and share food?

 

ANSWER: To make friends and bring them closer together

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