WEST INDIANS IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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West Indian women serving in Britain: A tea party for twenty-eight ATS women from the West Indies held at the Colonial Office by the Duke of Devonshire, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Colonies. Photograph shows: A group at the party, including the Secretary of State, the Right Honourable Oliver Stanley (centre background) and the Duke of Devonshire (centre foreground).
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