AIR RAID PRECAUTIONS AND CIVIL DEFENCE ORGANISATIONS IN BRITAIN DURING THE SECOND WORLD WAR
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An ARP Warden wears a gas mask as he crouches down to tie the hose of his stirrup pump into a neat loop at his ARP post, somewhere in Britain.
An ARP Warden wearing a gas mask tidies the hose of his stirrup pump at an ARP post in Britain during the Second World War.