French and British prisoners are engaged in a "cootie hut" outside of their barracks and next to the laundry at Muenster. The POW's had to regularly take their bedding outside for airing to get rid of lice and other vermin. In this camp, prisoners took their wooden bunks outside as well for cleaning. Some prisoners pass the time by playing board games while others simply sit around talking. German authorities were constantly vigilant to prevent the outbreak of epidemics in the densely crowded barracks of enlisted men.
Germany, Muenster, Hygiene, Delousing Process, Camp Order, Quarters, Laundry, Entertainment, Games, French POWs, British POWs, German Guards, World War 1914-1918