Food of World War ii By: Ally Farris and Sydney self
Generally the prisoners morning "meal" would consist of a small ration of imitation tea or coffee, and for lunch they would get small amounts of watered down "soup" and if they were lucky they got a piece of a turnip or a potato peel. And for dinner it wasn't much better, consisting of a small, usually black, old and stale piece of bread. On occasion they would get little bits of sausage or cheese, but not often.
Millions dies because of mass genocide, brutality, and starvation. But lack of food was the number one cause of death.