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Accession numberRMG-4488-2Date1942MeasurementsH165 x W30mmHistoryMade from bullet casings, scrap metal and military insignia. Discharged bullet casings were among the most common materials for creating trench art due to their easy availability. Despite the name, trench art was most often created behind the lines, at camps and workshops where equipment and tools were readily available.
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