French prisoners eat a dinner, consisting primarily of soup, in the mess hall at Ludwigsburg. Two of their comrades have retrieved the dinner from the camp kitchen for distribution inside the barrack. These quarters provide quite of bit of room with lots of ventilation through the windows on each side of the building. The prisoners slept in bunks along the exterior walls. However, unlike POW barracks found in other prison camps, there are no central stoves to keep the quarters warm in the winter.
Germany, Ludwigsburg, Camp Order, Quarters, Nutrition, Rations, Meals, French POWs, World War 1914-1918