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1945 Pattern Far East Soap Tin with Soap

1945 Pattern Far East Soap Tin with Soap

Regular price £42.00 GBP
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The 1945 Pattern Far East Soap Tin with Carbolic Soap is a vintage military item from World War II. It was issued to soldiers serving in the Far East, where maintaining personal hygiene was important to prevent the spread of disease and illness.

The tin is made of metal and features a hinged lid that can be opened to reveal the carbolic soap inside. The soap was a type of antiseptic soap that was commonly used by soldiers during the war. It was designed to clean and disinfect the skin and prevent the spread of germs and bacteria.

The tin itself is marked with the date "1945”and was part of a standard issue kit given to soldiers in the Far East. The kit would typically include other items such as a toothbrush, toothpaste, and a razor, among other personal hygiene items.