French and Belgian prisoners unload packages from two wagons outside the parcel post office at Grafenwoehr. The prisoners retrieved the parcels from the railroad station in town. They work under the direction of a German NCO and a Landsturm sentry. Once inside the office, they will be inspected by German authorities for contraband before they are distributed. These packages greatly improved the diets of POW's as well as their morale.
Germany, Grafenwoehr, Post, Parcels, Camp Order, Administrative Buildings, Transportation, French POWs, Belgian POWs, German Guards, World War 1914-1918