British troops bake bread at their camp in Salonika, Greece, during World War I
Salonika Greece Date:1915 Duration:2 min 3 sec Sound:NO SOUND
British troops of the The 11th (Service) Battalion Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) remove sacks of flour from canvas-covered stack, and take them to a field bakery at Salonika, Greece, during World War 1. Soldiers carry loaves of bread from a building to outdoor stone ovens for baking. Bakers use long poles to pull baking pans from the ovens and soldiers collect them. Loaves of bread being taken from a steel oven. (Some clothes seen drying atop the oven.) Soldiers carry a large wooden board filled with bread loaves, into a mess tent. Sacks of bread being taken from a tent and loaded into a wagon for transport to other parts of the camp.
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