INVASION VILLAGE: EVERYDAY LIFE IN ORFORD, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND, 1941
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Members of the village Invasion Committee study the village's shelter system in the home of one of the committee members, 1941. Left to right they are: MP Walter Ross Taylor, County Councillor Arkle, Nurse Baker, Parish Council Chairman Chapman and Food Organiser Sir Henry Bunbury.