The British Prisoner of War, Volume I No. 3, March 1918

ii THE BRITISH PRISONER OP WAR. Advertisements SEND ALL THE BISCUITS TO YOUR INVALIDS SENT T O BRITISH PRISONERS BRANDS O F WAR BY THE CENTRAL PRISONERS O F WAR COMMIT TEE ARE MAN U FACT U RED BY ESSENCE OF BEEF MEAT LOZENGES HUNTLEY^ PALMERS l t d.AN DREADING AND LONDON CONCENTRATED BEEF TEA The Names of some Biscuits suitable for sending to British Prisoners of War in enemy hands are :—MAYBE OBTAINED AT ALL CHE MIST Sand STORES i i Brown Meal Campaign Lunch Butter Captain Ration Meal Cabin Fancy Lunch Service etc. Hot O X O is an inestim^able boon to the fighting forces at this time of the year. It aids and increases nutrition it stimulates and builds up strength to resist climatic changes, and is invaluable for all who have to undergo 0 X 0 Ltd. Thames House London E.C.4. exertion either to promote fitness or to recuperate after fatigue. 0 X 0 uptakes little space, is easily carried and can be converted quickly into a hot nourishing drink which with bread or biscuits will sustain for hours.
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