Six British officers occupied this room at the officers' prison camp at Friedberg. In comparison to the enlisted men, officers enjoyed a much higher standard of living. They had access to furniture, standing closets, and desks in addition to a large common table. They could also decorate their room with pictures and maps and a guitar hangs in the corner.
Germany, Friedberg, Camp Order, Quarters, Entertainment, Music, Art, Painting, Reading, World War 1914-1918