September 1916

A Latrine That is Different

Volume 1, Issue 3

TROOPS on a temporary, or semi-permanent site in the field require a good latrine and a thorough method for the disposition of liquid and solid refuse. The good health of the men makes imperative the adoption of a highly sanitary method of handling these details of camp sanitation and particularly so in the tropics.

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