The Swiss army knife appeared at the end of the 19th century, but actually, it has an even earlier prototype. In one of the Cambridge museums, you’ll find a universal tool which was created in Ancient Rome. It includes a spoon, a fork, a blade, a toothpick, a spatula, and (which is the strangest thing) a special spike to get the meat out of a shrimp shell.
The only part of the Swiss army knife which is not produced in Switzerland is the corkscrew. It’s made in Japan.
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