INVASION VILLAGE: EVERYDAY LIFE IN ORFORD, SUFFOLK, ENGLAND, 1941
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Reverend A C Hopkins, the rector of St Bartholomew's Church, talks to a parishioner on the path leading to the church. Reverend Hopkins served during the First World War and is now the village's Chief Special Constable. Along with his dog collar, he wears a police steel helmet and the strap of his gas mask case can also be seen over his shoulder. Note that part of the tower is missing, after it collapsed in 1830.