Le Vin Magnet

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This magnet features Le Vin by Suzane Ferrand, 1918. Along with bread, wine was one of the most common rations given to French soldiers at the front. While the caption can be basically translated as: "Save wine for our soldiers", the word "poilus" means "the hairy ones"—a term of endearment used to describe French infantrymen during World War I.

Measures 3 x 2 inches. 

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