"Kaiko-sya Kiji" - the magazine of an old-time Japan Army

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"Kaiko-sya Kiji" - the magazine of an old-time Japan Army

Post by laughing_man » Sun Jul 09, 2017 4:49 pm

I got two old magazines "Kaiko-sya Kiji".
Kaiko-sya is an old-time Japan Army officer's friendship organization.
And "Kaiko-sya Kiji" is that organ magazine.
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One of them is the 1911 publication and the article about the Field Kitchen Car of the German Army is reported.
This is translation of the article of the "Militaire" magazine of France of June 22, 1910 publication.

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Now, the German Army have adopted the Field Kitchen Car on a grand scale.
In a German style Field Kitchen Car, they cook in the road and distribute this immediately after camping ground arrival.
Separating a kitchen in a camping ground, a car goes to foods receipt.
Two horses pull this Field Kitchen Car.
The crew member of one Field Kitchen Car is two persons, a driver and a cooking person.
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Post by laughing_man » Sun Jul 09, 2017 4:51 pm

Another is publication in 1934 and description of Air Crew Ration is reported in it.
Shiro Kawashima, a writer, is an Army Officer famous for research of ration.
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