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Africa Korps WW2 German Set of 6 Forks in Original Case

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Original price $1,195.00
Original price $1,195.00 - Original price $1,195.00
Original price $1,195.00
Current price $795.00
$795.00 - $795.00
Current price $795.00

This set of six forks, presented in their original case, is believed to be an artifact from the German Africa Corps during World War II. The Africa Corps was a German expeditionary force that was deployed to North Africa in 1941, during the height of World War II. Led by General Erwin Rommel, the Africa Corps was tasked with supporting Italy's North African campaign and preventing the Allied forces from gaining control of the region.

The forks feature distinctive designs, likely reflecting the aesthetic and functional preferences of the German military. During the war, the German military often requisitioned civilian goods and repurposed them for military use, hence the inclusion of these forks in a military kit.

Today, artifacts like these forks serve as tangible reminders of the war and the significant role played by the Africa Corps in the conflict. They are often collected by history enthusiasts and museums as part of efforts to preserve and remember the past. The Africa Corps, although ultimately defeated by the Allied forces, remains a significant chapter in the history of the Second World War, and the forks are an important artifact of this legacy