What Alcohol Did Soldiers Drink During WWI?

Answer During WWI, British soldiers were rationed two ounces of rum or a pint of porter daily. Germans received a pint of beer, half a pint of wine and a quarter pint of spirits. Canadians got shipments o... Read More »

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How long should you not drink alcohol when doing a pre-employment alcohol test?

Alcohol is completely eliminated from a person's system after about ten hours. A person scheduled for a pre-employment alcohol test should stop drinking at least eight hours before the appointed ti... Read More »

What are the effects of alcohol if I drink lots of alcohol daily?

The effects are damage to the nervous system, cardiovascular disease (heart), liver damage.

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If I drink alcohol and that makes me a alcoholic, if I drink fanta, does that make me fantastic?

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