INDIAN ARMS WORKERS TRAIN IN BRITAIN: WAR INDUSTRY AT LETCHWORTH, HERTFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 1941
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A group of Indian trainees enjoy their evening meal at their Ministry of Labour Indian trainees hostel at the People's House, Letchworth. They are about to begin a period of industrial training at the Government Training Centre. According to an article in 'The Citizen' (Letchworth's local newspaper) "an Indian cook prepares curries and other Indian dishes at the hostel, and English food is alternated so that they are gradually accustomed to our diets".