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German soldier's cigarette box containing three German cigarettes and one torn in half. Box marked '1914' and 'W.' The box has the words of a famous military engagement in 1918, scraped onto it, indicating that it may well have been taken off a German prisoner or dead body, during the Allied advance of the summer and autumn of 1918.

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