Item 12: Frank W. Bungardy narrative of life in Holsworthy Internment Camp, ca. 1915-March 1919 - Page 99

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They get exactly the same rations as are giwe to an Australian soldier, but they get fully 20 % more out of their rations. They use 3 times as many dishes, as the Australians. The rationes they get are those providet for by the Hague Convention. It is not true that they get more or better food than the Soldiers at Liverpool; but they certainly get more out of it.

Internment of Major Soniats Comadant during Royal enquirey regarding this Camp.

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