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Examine the story of women during the first World War as told by their wardrobes.11 Fashion Trends of World War I | Mental Floss

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In the BBC series Blackadder Goes Forth, Baldrick memorably described the   finest culinary delight available in the trenches of the First World War as   “rat-au-van” – rat that had been run over by a van. In   fact, new research suggests the standard of fare on offer to the men on the   Western Front was, if perhaps repetitive, at least nutritious, plentiful   and, on occasions, flavoursome.

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