A copy of the 11.5 oz can produced in New York. Inside is a good pork stew, the inscription on the Bank is held tight enough not to be afraid to put it in your duffel bag.
Lend-lease stew has become a brand. The total supply of canned meat from the United States amounted to 664.6 thousand tons (about 108% of the total production of canned food in the USSR), in other words, the American stew was really very much. The red army called this stew "the Second Front".
There were a large number of producers of corned beef for deliveries on lend-lease and respectively there was a wide variety of drawing inscriptions. Despite this, most detected cans labels applied by lithography and invariably it was: СВИНАЯ ТYШОНКА.