MUSLIMS IN BRITAIN: EID UL FITR CELEBRATIONS, 1941
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A group of Indian soldiers, probably from the Royal Indian Army Service Corps, stand and chat alongside a tent in the grounds of Woking Mosque, following the Eid ul Fitr ceremony. According to the original caption "there is a rest camp attached to the Mosque, where thirty Indian soldiers come each week to spend their leave".