Goods of peace

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Peace goods were colloquially called goods after the First and Second World Wars and were produced before the outbreak of wars. This was a quality designation for tried and tested products made of high quality material and with a long shelf life, since many inferior replacement materials had to be used during the war and in the first post-war years due to the war economy and general need. The term is still used sporadically today.

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