§ 27. Sir G. Jeffreys
asked the Secretary of State for War the amount of the daily ration of food granted to every soldier at home and abroad, respectively.
§ Sir G. Jeffreys
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that the ration, both at home and abroad, prior to the war was ¾ 1b. of meat and 1 1b. of bread per day, per man? Is not the present ration very much less than that and definitely insufficient to keep young men in the high physical condition necessary?