National Geographic : 1943 Jun
U.S.Army, Official In an English Wood, Hymns Break the Sunday Stillness of a U. S. Army CampBuilt by the British The corrugated-iron, storm-proof sheds are known as Nissen huts. Hundreds of barracks were erected for Americanson orbefore schedule. John Bull, disregarding his own troubles, gave the job first priority. "If you think the British can't put their foot on the gas . . .."said anAmerican general (page 752).