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Canteen at Witley
One of the most common complaints in soldiers’ war stories had to do with the quality and quantity of the food provided to them in the armed forces. The presence of commercial canteens allowed them to supplement their rations. Ernest Nelson mentioned the canteen at Camp Witley in his diary.
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