The camp commandant samples the daily ration in the prison kitchen at Chemnitz. This kitchen employed French and Belgian cooks, to the left, and Russian workers, to the right. Meals were prepared in the large cooker for a large number of prisoners. This usually meant rations of some kind of soup.
Germany, Chemnitz, Nutrition, Camp Kitchen, Rations, Meals, French POWs, Belgian POWs, Russian POWs, Camp Commandant, German Officers, World War 1914-1918