Comparison of Field Rations Exposes the Diet of War

Comparison of Field Rations Exposes the Diet of War
Design

Exhibition looks at the field rations of international armies to explore cultural diet and institutions

Jason Brick
  • 28 january 2015

It’s said “an army marches on its stomach” — an old aphorism that describes how important food supply is to any army. Military history is full of warning anecdotes of what happens when a military force gets cut off from its supply lines, or simply travels too far from their source.

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