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Finally I finished a long laying project, the German "Waschmittel für Feinwäsche" box. The original box contains washing-powder (detergent) for Wool, Silk, spun rayon or mixed fabrics such as: stockings, fine underwear, Stockinet, monochrome or colorful textiles and garments, uniforms, washable gloves, etc...
On the internet you can find loads of information and sometimes you are looking for a certain kind of information and then you stumble onto something else which attracts your attention. I was looking for more information about American D-Ration and K-Ration boxes and found some nice Photos, which were made during the war by the Sutherland Paper Company at Kalamazoo.
Some time ago, in april, I wrote something on my Facebook page about planning to make a WW2 German Wehrpass Slip Cover. First I had taken some photos off the internet from a slip cover of a Wehrpass and a slipcover of a Soldbuch.
Some time ago someone asked me if the KatKat was wrapped in aluminium foil or something else during the Second World War. Well my answer was, in greaseproof paper, because the aluminium was used i.e. for the plane industry. So this question made me think of writing this "How to wrap your KitKat" article.