WEST INDIANS IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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West Indian women serving in Britain: Garden party of West Indian ATS: Women working in one of Britain's ordnance depots attend a party given in their honour by members of the WVS and the British Legion Women's Section at Bicester. Private Jackman, from Barbados, receiving a rose from her hostess, Mrs Coker.
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