Who Invented Christmas Crackers and When?


Christmas Crackers are believed to have been invented by J. Smith in 1847. They are used in Christmas as well as New Year celebrations in the United Kingdom and other countries that belong to the Commonwealth.
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Christmas crackers were invented by Thomas J. Smith, a London sweet maker, in 1847.
Christmas crackers were invented almost by accident by Tom Smith in 1847 originally using sweets in a twist of paper. The tradition only stuck in the UK.
The person behind the invention of Christmas crackers is known as Thomas Smith. He was a sweet maker who used to sell sugar almonds; he invented the crackers in 1846 after his visit to Paris.
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