THE AUXILIARY TERRITORIAL SERVICE IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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A voluntary domestic science course for service women based in the London area, organised by the London District of the Army Education Scheme, with the co-operation of the London County Council, at Avondale Park School, Notting Hill Gate, London. In this picture, left to right: Privates Hiscocks, Bowron, Morrison, and James enjoying the tea which they prepared during the course.
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