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Rucksack, Backpack or Knapsack?

Nowadays almost everyone utilizes a ‘bag on the back’ for various purposes, ranging from carrying everyday necessities to packing heavy items for a trip. Is there a difference?

Rucksack – German: “Rücken” and “Sack,” which means “back” and “bag,” respectively.  

Backpack – American: they did not invent the backpack, they did coin the term "Backpack" as a popular label that we all use to describe other types of "pack carried on the back," 

Knapsack – German: “Knappen” to eat – a bag to carry food supplies.

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