Say What?!: Archeologists Find U.S. Army Bacon, Sunscreen Tins Buried at Salisbury Plain

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TROWBRIDGE, England – Archeologists say they have unearthed several tins for U.S. Army bacon and sunscreen at Salisbury Plain, England, home of the famous Stonehenge ruins.

Wessex Archeology shared the find on its website in celebration of American Independence Day.

Salisbury Plain has been a British military training ground since the early 20th century, but U.S. military forces staged there in preparation for the 1944 invasion of Nazi-occupied France during World War II.

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