During World War II, there was a great need for buildings to house soldiers and to store war equipment and materials in. Quonset hut homes addressed this particular need. Made from lightweight prefab building materials, these homes could be set together in no time at all by a few individuals working together – with only some basic tools like a socket-wrench and some sturdy twine. There was no need for complicated building equipment for its assembly. In the same manner, the homes could be just as easily disassembled and transported to another location should there be a need for their…

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