Quote Originally Posted by Sunroof View Post
John I love the book, from what I remember (without looking it up) didn't he claim to leave Renault before 2 ww yet photos were obviously taken after. Note the half bottle of red for each workers lunch. M. Doisneau's photos are a great historical account of the Renault factory prewar.
Quote Originally Posted by REN TIN TIN View Post
Yes, a half bottle of plonk but the culinary offerings must have been somewhat limited.
Each were equipped with a fork only, no spoon or knife.
Many years ago I worked with a Spanish formworking crew which included 2 Catalans, their lunch usually consisted of a slab of bread, some sausage meat with a round of olives and a can of beer to wash it all down. Cutlery was limited to a sharp knife.

Interestingly the Catalans would not sit with the Spanish during lunch..