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|Catalog No.||22008||Similar Items|
|Brief Description||A convoy of Polish peasants' wagons loaded with fodder, being delivered to a collection point.||Similar Items|
|Registry No.||13076p||Similar Items|
|Period||During World War II||Similar Items|
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A convoy of Polish peasants' wagons loaded with fodder, being delivered to a collection point. Also in the photo: an armed German soldier on a bicycle, escorting the convoy.
The fodder was provided to the German army, which used horses for transportation and transport.
See: Broszat M.: "Die Nationalsozialistische Polenpolitik", pp. 77 - 79, on the conflicting approaches between the German civilian occupation regime and the SS regarding the policy of confiscating Polish agricultural produce. The SS ignored the needs of the conquered Polish population, confiscating most of the agricultural produce and transferring it to Germany.