What did soldiers not eat in World War I?

Supplying the troops - shortages, replacements and starvation

Biwald, Brigitte: Of heroes and cripples. The Austro-Hungarian military medical service in the First World War, Part 2, Vienna 2002

Brandauer, Isabelle: Human material soldier. Everyday life on the Dolomite Front during World War I 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007

Dietrich, Elisabeth: The other death. Epidemics, common diseases, and health care in the First World War, in: Eisterer, Klaus / Steininger, Rolf (Ed.): Tyrol and the First World War, Innsbruck / Vienna 1995, 255–275

Hämmerle, Christa: soldiers, in: Labanca, Nicola / Übergger, Oswald (ed.): War in the Alps. Austria-Hungary and Italy at war, Vienna / Cologne / Weimar 2014, in press

Quotes:

"This failed not least ...": Brandauer, Isabelle: human material soldier. Everyday life on the Dolomite Front during World War I 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007, 204

"For the one-day supply ...": Brandauer, Isabelle: Menschenmaterial Soldat. Everyday life on the Dolomite front during World War I 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007, 205

"Was such a daily quantum ...": Brandauer, Isabelle: human material soldier. Everyday life on the Dolomite Front during World War I 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007, 205

"Above all meat ...": Brandauer, Isabelle: human material soldier. Everyday life on the Dolomite front in the First World War 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007, 206-208

"A team of ...": Brandauer, Isabelle: Menschenmaterial Soldat. Everyday life on the Dolomite front during World War I 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007, 208

"The cruet could ...": Mittermaier, Johann: The horror of war. The memories of a South Tyrolean Kaiserjäger from World War I, Brixen 2005, 74, quoted from: Brandauer, Isabelle: Menschenmaterial Soldat. Everyday life on the Dolomite Front during World War I 1915–1917, Innsbruck 2007, 219

"Half a canned meat, something ...": Dietrich, Elisabeth: The other death. Epidemics, common diseases, and health care in the First World War, in: Eisterer, Klaus / Steininger, Rolf (Ed.): Tyrol and the First World War, Innsbruck / Vienna 1995, 265

"That was the average weight ...": Dietrich, Elisabeth: The other death. Epidemics, common diseases, and health care in the First World War, in: Eisterer, Klaus / Steininger, Rolf (Ed.): Tyrol and the First World War, Innsbruck / Vienna 1995, 265

"Meat soup, beef and roast pork ...": Leopold Wolf, officers' mess. Food series, August 17, 1918, collection of women's estates, estate 14, Institute for History of the University of Vienna