In the town of Glonville, France, a farmer is starting to move the winter's accumulation of fertilizer to his farm. Each day stables are cleaned and new straw placed on the floors. Some of those piles are on top of cement cisterns, the tops of which are concave cement with holes to allow liquid to drain through. The liquid is then sprayed on the land. (See "World War II as Viewed from My Foxhole" by Jasper Louis Crawford, p. 93)
Click tabs to swap between content that is broken into logical sections.