WEST INDIANS IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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A recruit from the first contingent of ground staff volunteers for the Royal Air Force from the West Indies, holding his newly-issued kit at No 2 Receiving Centre, Cardington, Bedfordshire, England.
A recruit from the first contingent of RAF ground staff recruited from the West Indies, holding his newly-issued kit at No. 2 Receiving Centre, Cardington, 27 January 1944.