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Rations for Soviet prisoners of war

Sack of wood flour (finely powdered wood or sawdust) used to make substitute bread. The official ration of this "bread" for Soviet prisoners of war was less than 5 ounces a day. Deblin, Poland, 1942 or 1943.


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Sack of wood flour (finely powdered wood or sawdust) used to make substitute bread. [LCID: 80792]

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