OLD RAGS INTO NEW CLOTH: SALVAGE IN BRITAIN, APRIL 1942
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A textile worker stands at the spinning mule. The wooden rollers are transferred from the condenser to the spinning mule which is the means of twisting and stretching, the soft threads convert into a firm strong yarn, which then ready on bobbins (foreground) from the weft and warp of the weaving mill.