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INVASION VILLAGE: EVERYDAY LIFE IN ORFORD, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND, 1941

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Members of the village Invasion Committee discuss some of the issues facing them, should an invasion occur. Left to right around the table they are: Police Constable Wally Green, Sir Henry Bunbury (with his back to the camera), County Councillor Arkle, MP and Justice of the Peace Walter Ross Taylor, Parish Council Chairman Chapman (at the head of the table), Nurse Baker and schoolmaster Mr Overfield (also the senior ARP warden).

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