BRITISH GOODS IN US MARSHALLING YARDS: ANGLO-AMERICAN CO-OPERATION IN WARTIME BRITAIN, 1943
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Two men at work in the sunshine on top of a large stack of stoves at an American marshalling yard, somewhere in Britain. These stoves have been made by a Scottish firm and are used for boiling water and warming mess halls. According to the original caption, the stoves are "designed to burn both wood and coal, [are] easily transportable, [and]...are especially handy for troops who have to move about quickly and take their equipment with them".