“A man that will never be satisfied”

An internee grumbled about the vegetable-heavy meals in Reading Prison.

H M Prison

Aug. 22nd, 1918

From the MO to the Governor

Concerning the petition of H. Schraplowsky, I reported upon him on July 19.18. Also upon May 8th 1918.

He is now wearing a double truss and it fits him properly.

He spoke to me the other day about not liking the peas and beans, and I advised him that they made up a nourishing part of his diet.
He is a man that will never be satisfied. Please see my previous reports.

W T Freeman.

There is no evidence of his food being returned uneaten.

Reading Prison [Place of Internment] letter book (P/RP1/8/2/1)

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