BRITAIN SUPPLIES US ARMY STORE: AMERICANS IN BRITAIN, 1943
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Private Herbert M Mack (of 208 Gadson Street, Ocala, Florida) drives a small truck pulling three trailers containing sacks of coffee at an American Army store, somewhere in Britain. Another GI pushes a sack barrow as he walks beside the truck. Behind them can be seen the round-roofed Romney huts of the camp and several rail freight cars, which have carried goods from around Britain to the camp. Goods arrive by rail and by road.