Cooks and bakers prepare food for U.S. sailors in kitchen of Great Lakes Naval Training Station during World War I
Great Lakes Illinois USA Date:1917 Duration:2 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Food is prepared for U.S. Navy sailors in training during World War 1 in the United States. Interior of a galley or kitchen of the Naval Station Great Lakes. Cooks give large pots of food to waiters. Big ovens in the galley. Bakers pull out trays of baked food out of an oven. They place trays on a shelf. Men stand around a mixer being turned by hand. A man stirs a large pot at the end of the mixer. Men dump dough into a large trough. The cooks smooths out the dough. Four sailors seated outside peel potatoes. Aerial view of the parade ground and buildings at the Naval Station Great Lakes as U.S. Navy sailors parade and drill. A U.S. flag in the foreground. Men march.
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