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U.S. Army in Russia, circa WWI.


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Excellent! :thumbup:
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Germans watching U.S. Army kitchen going through Treves, Germany, December 1, 1918.
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Pat Holscher wrote: Sat Dec 01, 2018 11:04 pm 00499v.jpg


Germans watching U.S. Army kitchen going through Treves, Germany, December 1, 1918.
I think that is a ‘Taylor’ model rolling kitchen. Note there are four horses pulling this somewhat light load.
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1918 Field kitchen Trailmobile. Photo shows the open oven and roasting pans with a siphon in place ready to serve a hot cuppa of GI coffee.
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