WEST INDIANS IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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West Indians in the Royal Air Force: The Secretary of State for the Colonies, the Right Hon Oliver Stanley, seen chatting with three volunteers (Left to right: AC W P Ince of British Guiana, AC E Johnson of Jamaica and AC S E Johnson of Jamaica) during a passing out parade of West Indians at a Royal Air Force station in Yorkshire.
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