Uncle Spam Wants YOU!

Meat a famous war hero.

Spam, that (in)famous pork in a can. While the origins of its name are shrouded in mystery, there’s no doubt that Spam has left its mark on American cuisine, British culture, and everyone’s emails the world over. First introduced in 1937, Spam is sold in more than 40 countries around the world. If you’re a Spam superfan you can even visit the Spam Museum in Austin, Minnesota. But did you know that Spam played an integral role in the Allied victory during World War II? Illustrator Lucas Adams investigates . . .



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