One world, no more brother war. American &Third Reich Field Kitchen (Gulaschkanone)
"US soldiers in Eigelshoven, Holland during World War II. A field kitchen. Soldiers of the 3rd Battalion, 115th Regiment, 29th Division standing in a chow line. Men serving food to the soldiers. The soldiers eating the food. Location: Eigelshoven Holland. Date: November 9, 1944." Second:
German WW2 mobile Field Kitchens were known as 'Gulaschkanone' due to the stove pipe which resembled a cannon barrel when folded down during transport. The field kitchen was used by the military to provide warm food to the troops near the frontline or in temporary encampments. They consisted of a 200-litre stewing pot a 90-litre coffee maker, which dispensed from a tap and a stove plate used to cook potatoes and sausages."