National Geographic : 1918 Jun
Photograph by Herbert Corey PART OF A DOUBLE LINE OF MEN WAITING BEFORE A Y. M. C. A. TRUCK IN FRANCE FOR THE SALE OFCIGARETTES AND CHOCOLATES TO OPEN The truck was two days behind time, because of road and other conditions, and the men had been chocolateless and cigaretteless for that time. The supplies are, of course, made available at the smallest possible cost. Tobacco is now being supplied toAmerican soldiers as apart ofthe army rations.