A wagon full of parcels stands outside the prison camp parcel post office at Ulm. French prisoners unload the wagon under the watch of a German non-commissioned officer. A German officer watches from the right, standing next to a basket full of goods. The parcels will be inspected by German censors and then distribution to the POW camp population. Note that the wagon is not designed to be pulled by a horse; the prisoners pulled the wagon from the train station to the camp.
Germany, Ulm, Post, Parcels, Transportation, Administrative Buildings, French POWs, German Guards, German Officers, World War 1914-1918