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Strong message to Hitler discovered in WWII ammo box – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-03-21 14:27:26 –

Tooele, Utah (ABC4) – A 77-year-old ammunition box used in World War II was discovered in Tooele, Utah, and Adolf Hitler had several words of choice.

The Twill Army Base tweeted a photo of an ammunition box containing .50 caliber bullets with the message, “May the contents of this box blow s *** from Hitler.”

Tooele Army Depot sent a tweet describing the discovery, stating:

“Sorry for the salty words, we were a war-torn country when the message was scribbled in a .50 caliber box 77 years ago. The crew of the Demil Reactor was in World War II. I found the message while destroying the round from. We want to see what else they find. #Greatestgeneration “, writes Tooele Army Depot.

The ammunition box was manufactured in Ogden Arsenal in 1944, according to Jeremy Laird, a spokesman for Tooele Army Depot.

Founded in 1942, the Depot now functions as a facility for storing, demilitarizing, and distributing ammunition to all four branches of the military.

The depot said in a tweet that he plans to put the box aside and use it as a display.



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