BRITAIN'S WAR BABIES ARE GROWING UP: EVERYDAY LIFE FOR BRITISH CHILDREN AT WAR, LONDON, ENGLAND, UK, 1943
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Mrs Buckner teaches her children Doreen (left, aged seven), Susie (seated, aged three) and Hugh (aged five) how to look after their shoes in order to make them last. Wartime shortages mean that all items must be taken care of and clothes are handed down from sibling to sibling.