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Russian WW II Sprot

This is a can of fresh-from-the-shelf imported Russian Sprat, preserved in the classic flat tin just as was used in WW II, with an accurately reproduced Russian WW II label. This ration item was widely distributed to Russian troops throughout the war and gives an air of authenticity to your kit.

Sorry, the Russian Mosin - Nagant service rifle is not offered, included or available - it is shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $4.95

   

Russian WW II Tushonka

Russia's version of "Mystery Meat."  During the war, there were versions of this ration made from pork, chicken and beef, as well as horse, hence the "mystery." The label is a replica of a 1941 ration label indicating “pork”, but many of the 1941 and 42 dated tins did not reach troops until 1943-44, as they were being held in reserve.

For the benefit of re-enactors, this tin contains fresh-from-the-shelf Brazilian corned beef and can be readily consumed as a field ration.

Sorry, the Russian Mosin - Nagant service rifle is not offered, included or available - it is shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $5.95

   

Russian WW II Spam with Military Label

One tin of Spam with an accurate replica Russian Military wrapper, in the traditional key-opener can (no pop-tops here). Spam was shipped to Russia in great quantities during the war, and many years later Nikita Kruschev publicly remarked that Russia would have lost the war if it had not been for Spam from America. This popular ration was distributed in at least four ways: with no label, with the American label, with a Russian Military label, and with the Russian civilian label. Any one, or a mixture of these, might be found in a Russian soldier's kit.

For the benefit of re-enactors, this tin contains fresh-from-the-shelf pork luncheon meat and can be readily consumed as a field ration.

Sorry, the Russian Nagant M1895 service revolver and holster are not offered, included or available - they are shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $5.95

   

Russian WW II Spam with Civilian Label 

During the war there were many brands of Pork Luncheon Meat distributed to American troops and allies - these were all commonly referred to as "Spam." This sale is for one tin of Spam in the traditional key-opener can (no pop-tops here), with an accurate replica of the colorful Russian civilian wrapper. Spam was shipped to Russia in great quantities during the war, and many years later Nikita Kruschev publicly remarked that Russia would have lost the war if it had not been for Spam from America. This popular ration was distributed in at least four ways: with no label, with the American label, with a Russian Military label, and with the Russian civilian label. Any one, or a mixture of these, might be found in a Russian soldier's kit.

For the benefit of re-enactors, this tin contains fresh-from-the-shelf pork luncheon meat and can be readily consumed as a field ration.

Sorry, the Russian Nagant M1895 service revolver and holster are not offered, included or available - they are shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $6.95

   

Russian WW II Canned Beets

One 8 oz. tin of canned beets (not pickled)--This can bears the Russian wartime label and is ready for your Borscht or stew!

For the benefit of re-enactors, this tin contains fresh-from-the-shelf canned sliced beets and can be readily consumed as a field ration.

Sorry, the Russian Mosin-Nagant service rifle is not offered, included or available - it is shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $3.50

   

Russian WW II Tea

One box of Tea -- Here is an accurate reproduction of the Russian WW 2 tea ration. The box, which contains 50 grams (1.75 ounces) of tea, was issued to a squad for their daily consumption. The tea is sealed in a cello-like bag. The top flap of the box is not glued, so buyers can re-use the box. 

 

Sorry, the Russian Nagant M1895 service revolver is not included, offered or available. It is shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $4.95

   

Russian WW II Cracked Wheat

One 8 oz. packet of imported Russian Cracked Wheat, in an accurate replica of the WW II packaging as seen in period pictures. Wheat was used as a boiled cereal, added to soups, or turned into sweets by boiling it up with some sugar. It was also used to add body to nettle soup! The wheat is sealed inside a cello-like pouch with a brown paper outer wrapper.

For the benefit of re-enactors, this packet contains fresh-from-the-shelf cracked wheat and can be readily consumed as a field ration.

Sorry, the Russian Nagant M1895 service revolver and holster are not offered, included or available - they are shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $3.95

   

Russian WW II Hard Bread

Five rock-hard pieces of service hard tack as consumed by most European nations from the early 18th century on. Guaranteed to keep for years, guaranteed to be loaded with calories, and guaranteed to be hard to chew and virtually flavorless. Appropriately wrapped and labeled.

Please Note: While the photograph shows two packets (to show you all three dimensions of the packet) this sale is for one packet only. You may order multiples if you want more.

Sorry, the Russian Nagant M1895 service revolver is not included, offered or available. It is shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $4.95

   

Russian WW 2 Tinned Milk Ration

 

This is a reproduction of the personal-size (5 ounce) tin of Lend Lease Evaporated Milk, which some lucky Frontoviks had in their kit. This ration, when available, was normally used to transform a cup of the coarse strong tea found in the service ration. A great way to civilize the brew when you and your comrades take a break and brew a hot cup in the icy Russian winter.

PRICE: $2.95

   

Russian WW II Sunflower Seed Ration

One ration of unsalted sunflower seeds in an unbleached muslin bag with a twine tie. Sunflower seeds were a highly prized supplement to normal rations and the muslin bags were used afterward to pack a variety of food products or personal items.

For the benefit of re-enactors, this packet contains fresh-from-the-shelf sunflower seeds that can be readily consumed as a field ration.

Sorry, the Russian Nagant M1895 service revolver and holster are not offered, included or available - they are shown for dimensional perspective only.

PRICE: $4.95

   

Russian WW II Sweet Biscuit

Highly prized as a traditional sweet, this biscuit is a multi-layered wafer bar with a sweet filling between each layer. We import these bars from Russia, where they are still made and enjoyed today. Filling flavor varies - chocolate, vanilla, berry, and other flavors. As with all of our rations, the bar is fresh from the shelf and ready to eat.

Sorry, the ammo carrier is neither offered, included, or available.

PRICE: $4.95

 

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