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Anonymous

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1915

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A British prisoner of war adds a shovel load of coal to the fire which heats the stove where other British POW's prepare a meal under the direction of a German non-commissioned officer. The amount of soup prepared in the kitchen at Limburg is reflected in the size of the ladle and stirrer held by the prisoners. Meals had to be mass produced to meet the nutritional requirements of prison camps three times a day.

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Germany, Limburg, Work, Camp Work, Nutrition, Rations, Meals, Camp Kitchen, British POWs, German Guards

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