THE WAR AND MISS CRASKE: AT HOME IN LONDON AND AT WORK AT QUEEN'S COLLEGE, TAUNTON, 1943
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Miss Pauline Craske (centre, facing camera) enjoys a meal at a British Restaurant in London. The restaurant is very well-patronised and many other people can be seen eating their lunch.
Members of the public enjoying a meal in one of the chain of British Restaurants established during the Second World War, London, 1943.