American POW's organize Red Cross supplies for distribution to U.S. prisoners under the supervision of a German non-commissioned officer. These parcels included food and bread sent by the Red Cross to augment the nutritional standards of American soldiers in the German prison camp. American POW's received a much higher daily caloric intake in relation to other war prisoners and even their German guards. The photograph was probably taken by Paul B. Anderson, an American YMCA WPA Secretary.
Germany, Rastatt, Welfare, Parcels, American Red Cross, American POWs, German Guards, World War 1914-1918