French prisoners pose in their beds in their barrack at Darmstadt. To maximize the use of space, beds are placed next to each other with only a narrow path between rows of bunks. The POW's clothing and dinner bowls hang from the shelves behind their bunks while parcels and food stand on the shelves. The enlisted men faced very crowded conditions in their barracks, which contributed to health problems.
Germany, Darmstadt, Camp Order, Quarters, French POWs, World War 1914-1918