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Beavers told stories later about how members of the unit were not allowed to use the post exchange or mess hall while in Georgia, a privilege even while German and Italian POWs being held there were allowed to do so.
At the southwest end of the camp was the Nelson General Hospital with 10 wards, a laundry, offices, nurse’s and doctor’s quarters, a cookhouse, mess hall and a convalescent center for soldiers.
At the time Delbert Black was working in the ship’s mess hall.
There were dozens of cook houses, mess halls, and a large bakery that produced 10,000 loaves of bread a day.
The room looks more like an upscale Italian restaurant than a mess hall—that is, if the restaurant served everything from Italian to kale chips, comfort food to pickle juice.
Others say feral cats, lured by mess hall scraps, simply showed up.
The recruits bellow Good morning, sir and Aye, sir and hustle to the head before a predawn march to the mess hall.
To the shock and horror of first lady Julia Grant, the president often reverted back to his mess hall days by engaging in food fights with his children.
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