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 Posted: Sat Nov 17th, 2018 12:35 pm
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Daniel Osvaldo Caso


Joined: Sun Aug 5th, 2007
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Posts: 1625
This I've found yesterday while digging at Delcampe's gold mine.

It shows a German installation in France during WWI.

After studying the photo my eyes were staring at each other and expecting the other to talk.
None of both did, so I wrote to my Friend Michael Carl who is German, lives in Germany and model German prototypes.

Here his answer:

"The site looks to me like a creosote plant to impregnate wooden products like sleepers and poles.
But what are the clothes doing here? 
The German word "Lausoleum" is a play on words with "louse" and "mausoleum". 
Lice were an annoying thread in both world wars.  
So I think, the plant was used to kill the lices within the clothes with heat or maybe steam."


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